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                                                       APPENDIX A
                                REFRIGERANT RECOVERY AND RECYCLE
                                  COMPLIANCE INSPECTION REPORT

                                           REFRIGERANT RECOVERY AND RECYCLE
                                             COMPLIANCE INSPECTION REPORT

 Inspection Results:                       COMPLIANT                          NON-COMPLIANT

 References: 40 CFR Part 82 CAAA-90 Title VI Section 608 and 609

 Section 1. General Information

 a. Date & Time of Inspection

 b. Organization & Bldg. No.

 c. Organization Representative & Phone No.

 d. Organization Representative Signature

 e. Inspector Name & Phone No.

 f. Inspector Signature


Section 2. Type of Services
 Types of Units Serviced            ❑ MVACS                       ❑ 50lbs or more         ❑ Less then 50lbs


Section 3. Environmental Site File Review
a. Dose the organization maintain a site file? (40CFR 82.162)                                 Yes       No           N/A
b. Does the site file contain:
                                                                                              Yes       No           N/A
  (1) EPA Certifications for all equipment? (40CFR 82.161)
  (2) Copies of all Technicians' certifications? (40CFR 82.164(e)(1)                          Yes       No           N/A
  (3) Name, address & phone number of reclaimer(s) (40CFR 82.164(e)(1)                        Yes       No           N/A
  (4) Servicing records: date & type of service, and quantity of refrigerant
   added (only for units containing 50 or more lbs. of refrigerant)? (40CFR 74.34)            Yes       No           N/A

Section 4. Recovery of Refrigerants (Ask Representative the following)
a. Is a recovery cylinder present at the facility?                                            Yes       No           N/A
b. Are cylinders properly painted and labeled?                                                Yes       No           N/A
c. Are cylinders certified to DOT or UL specifications?                                       Yes       No           N/A
e. Has the cylinder been tested in the past 5 years?                                          Yes       No           N/A

Section 5. Comments/Remedial Action Required




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                                              APPENDIX B
       COLLECTION SHELTER AND CONTROLLED MATERIALS
                ACCUMULATION POINT (CMAP)


                 SPILL COCOON                                                  CM COCOON (CMAP)




                    SPILL KIT
                                                                   GREASE                ASBESTOS
               (85-GAL OPEN HEAD)                                   (5-GAL             BRAKE SHOES
                                                                    CANS)           (30-GAL OPEN HEAD)
                                                                      CM



                            CLEAN DRY
      BROOM                    SWEEP                               GREASE                 GREASE
                           (55-GAL OPEN                             (5-GAL           (QTS and TUBES)
                               HEAD)                                CANS)              (12-GAL PAIL)
                                                                      CM                    CM




                                         COLLECTION SHELTER
EXTINGUISHER




               EMPTY 5-GALLON CANS and AIR FILTERS                           EMPTY 55-GALLON DRUMS
     FIRE




                           (STACKED)                                        STORED ON DRUM CRADLES




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                                              APPENDIX C

            BUILDING HAZARDOUS CHEMICAL INVENTORY
                         INSTRUCTIONS
How to download the form on the Environmental Division, DPW Intranet site:

      From the web site you can download your unit’s HCI from the link “HCI Listing” or
download a blank HCI from the link “Form 48”. Save the form to your computer before
making any changes.

How to fill out Header (Unit/POC) information:

       a. Select and change “Unit” to your organization.
       b. Select each line of the header to enter your organizations information.

How to fill out the form:

      a. “Ref #”: This is the reference number for the corresponding MSDS page
          number.
      b. “Item Description”
      c. “Manufacturer”: Fill in the name of the manufacturer.
      d. “NSN”: Fill in the National Stock Number.
      e. “Unit of Measure”: Fill in the appropriate unit of measure: 2 OZ, 1 QT, 5 GAL,
         5.5 LB, etc.
      f. “Qty”: This is the actual amount on hand at the time of the inventory.
      g. “MSDS? Y/N": Enter “Y” or “N” in the column to indicate whether you have the
         MSDS for that material.
      h. “PPE On Hand Y/N”: Enter “Y” or “N” in the column to indicate whether you
         have the required PPE for this material. You must have this equipment to use
         the material.
      i. “Location in Bldg.”: This information is particularly important to the DPW Fire
         and Emergency Services Division in case of an emergency or fire.
      j. “Amt. Used In Reporting Period”: Enter the total amount used since your last
         inventory (approximate if actual numbers are not available. This information is
         necessary for the Environmental Division, DPW to file the Emergency Planning
         and Community Right-to-Know Act Tier II and Toxic Release Inventory reports.




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                                                                             APPENDIX C

                                                                                        Unit

                                                              Hazardous Chemical Inventory
Date:                                                                                        Building #
                                                                                             Unit Information:
POC Name:                                                                                    Unit Designation:
Duty Phone:                                                                                  Company
                                                                                             HQ Phone
                                                                                                Unit of Measure:
                                                                                                    5      Gal
                                                                                                                                      PPE On                          Amt. Used In
  Ref #                 Item Description                  Manufacturer            NSN               4      Oz      Qty   MSDS? Y/N              Location In Bldg.
                                                                                                                                     Hand Y/N                       Reporting Period
                                                                                                    55     Dr

              INSECT REPELLANT                       3M CENTER              6840-012843982         2      OZ       24       Y           Y          Rm/Other              40 ea
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FR Form 48, Oct 03


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                                                              APPENDIX D
                                               LIST OF ITEMS AUTHORIZED FOR DISPOSAL
Classification Legend:                                                        HW - Hazardous Waste                   UW - Universal Waste
CM - Controlled Material                                                      SW - Solid Waste                       SS - Sanitary Sewer
                                                                                                                         DOT
                             Item Name                                        Profile Sheet Number*   Classification Class/Division    Turn Item In To
Aerosol Cans                                                              W81NEE-1930-XX-0006 Recyclable                 None              HMPC
Aerosol Can Depressurizing Drum Liquid                                   W81NEE-1930-XX-0006A    HW                       3                HMPC
Aerosol Can Depressurizing Drum Filter                                   W81NEE-1930-XX-0006B    HW                       9                HMPC
Antifreeze Recycling Condensate Water                                    W55GNO-8100-XX-0020D    SS                      None          Sanitary sewer
Antifreeze Recycling Filters                                             W55GNO-8100-XX-0020G    SW                      None          Trash dumpster
Antifreeze Recycling Sludge                                              W55GNO-8100-XX-0020E    HW                       3                DRMO
Antifreeze, Used (Ethylene Glycol)                                       W81NEE-407-XX-0020A1    CM                      None         DOL, BLDG 8100
Antifreeze, Used (Propylene Glycol)                                       W81NEE-407-05-002A2    CM                      None              HMPC
Antifreeze, Used (Propylene Glycol)
[Tenants Activities]                                                         W81NEE-407-XX-002A2          CM             None             DRMO
Antifreeze, Waste                                                            W81NEE-407-XX-0020B          HW              9               DRMO
Asbestos Clutches, Brakes and Rags                                           W81NEE-407-XX-0026           CM             None           C/D Landfill
Batteries, Alkaline BA-3000 Series                                           W81NEE-407-XX-0052           SW             None         Trash dumpster
Batteries, Carbon-Zinc BA-2 to 471 (except BA-245),
BA-500 Series & BA-800 Series                                                W81NEE-407-XX-0053           SW             None         Trash dumpster
Batteries, Lead Acid (Dry Cell) BA-XXX                                       W81NEE-407-XX-0054D       Recyclable         8               HMPC
Batteries, Lead-Acid (Wet Cell-Vent Filler Caps)                             W1NEE-407-XX-0054B        Recyclable         8               EWMC
Batteries, Lead-Acid (Wet Cell – w/o Vent Filler Caps                        W81NEE-407-XX-0054B       Recyclable         8               EWMC
Batteries, Lithium Multi-Cell BA-5000 Series                                 W81NEE-407-XX-0057B          UW              9               HMPC
Batteries, Magnesium BA-4000 Series                                          W81NEE-407-XX-0059B          UW             None             HMPC
Batteries, Mercury BA-1000 Series                                            W81NEE-407-XX-0060           UW              9               HMPC
Batteries, Nickel-Cadmium (Dry Cell) BA-XXX                                  W81NEE-407-XX-0061C          UW              8               HMPC
Batteries, Nickel-Cadmium (Wet Cell Vented)
BA-XXX                                                                       W81NEE-407-XX-0061A          UW               8               HMPC
Batteries, Nickel-Cadmium (Wet Cell Sealed)
BA-XXX                                                                       W81NEE-407-XX-0061B          UW               8               HMPC
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                             Item Name                                         Profile Sheet Number*   Classification DOT Class   Turn Item In To
Batteries, Silver BA-245/U, BA-2245/U, BA-XXX, & BB-
6622B/U                                                                       W81NEE-407-XX-0062           UW            9           HMPC
Batteries, Nickel Hydride                                                     W81NEE-407-XX-0064           UW          None          HMPC
Battery Solution, Lead Acid                                                   W55GNO-8100-XX-0001          HW            8           DRMO
Brake Shoe Cleaner Filters, Aqueous Solution                                 W81UBM-1693-XX-0027C1         HW            9           DRMO
Brake Shoe Cleaner, Aqueous Solution                                         W81UBM-1693-XX-0027C          HW            9           DRMO
Circuit Boards                                                                       N/A                Recyclable     None          DRMO
Compressed Gas Cylinders, Large, Empty                                               N/A                Recyclable    2.1/2.2      DOL Supply
Compressed Gas Cylinders, Small (2.5 lbs or less),
Empty                                                                                  N/A              Recyclable   2.1/2.2          EWMC
Computers, CPUs, and Television Sets                                                   N/A              Recyclable    None            DRMO
Contaminated Rinse Water/Sludges from Cleaning                                                         Sample each
Tanks                                                    W81NEE-407-XX-110                                time     As directed        HMPC
Cutting Oil (Water-Based)                               W81NEE-407-XX-0016A                                CM         None            DRMO
Cutting Oil (Petroleum-Based)                           W81NEE-407-XX-0016C                                CM           9             DRMO
Dental, Dental Amalgam (Dry)                            W55CWA-600-XX-0008F                             Recyclable    None            DRMO
Dental, Lead Foil Scrap                                W55CWA-600-XX-0008QA                             Recyclable    None        DENTAC Supply
Dental, X-Ray Film                                     W55CWA-600-XX-0008QB                             Recyclable    None            DRMO
Dynanometer Room, Filter                               W55WNU-1460-XX-0002C3                               SW         None        Trash dumpster
Electrical Equipment, Ballasts (PCB above 500 ppm)     W81NEE-343-XX-PCBBAL                                CM           9             HMPC
                                                          W81NEE-343-XX-
Electrical Equipment, Capacitors and Ballasts (No PCB)     NPCBCAP/BAL                                  Recyclable     None           HMPC
Electrical Equipment, Small Capacitors (PCB above 500
ppm)                                                   W81NEE-343-XX-PCBCAP                                CM            9            HMPC
Electrical Equipment, Transformers (<50 ppm PCB)       W81NEE-343-XX-PCBNON                             Recyclable       9             DPW
Epinephrine                                             W81NEE-407-XX-P042                                 HW            6            DRMO
Lamps, Fluorescent and non-leaded High Intensity
Discharge, Metal Halide, High-Pressure Sodium, &
Incandescent Lamps (Green)                              W81NEE-407-XX-0069A                                SW          None       Trash dumpster
Lamps, Fluorescent, High Intensity Discharge, Mercury
Vapor, Metal Halide, High-Pressure Sodium, &
Incandescent Lamps (Non-Green)                          W81NEE-407-XX-0069B                                UW          None           HMPC
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                          Item Name                                    Profile Sheet Number*   Classification   DOT Class     Turn Item In To
Fuel Filters (Diesel)-POL Tank Farm                                 W55CVC-8314-XX-0005A            CM             3              HMPC
Fuel Filters (Gasoline)-POL Tank Farm                               W55CVC-8314-XX-0005C            HW             3              HMPC
Fuel Filters (JP-8)-POL Tank Farm                                   W55CVC-8314-XX-0005B            HW             9              HMPC
Fuel, Off-Specification (Can be a mixture of
Mogas, JP-8, Kerosene, and Diesel) (For sale as a
material)                                                            W81NEE-407-XX-0021A            CM             3             EWMC
Fuel, Waste                                                          W81NEE-407-XX-0021B            HW             3             DRMO
Grease, Used (<5 Gallon)                                             W81NEE-407-XX-0068             CM           None            HMPC
Grease, Used (<5 Gallon) [tenant activities]                         W81NEE-407-XX-0068             CM           None            DRMO
Hazardous Material, Excess, Opened Containers                               N/A                     N/A          Varies          HMPC
Hazardous Material, Expired Shelf-Life                                      N/A                     N/A          Varies          HMPC
Hazardous Material, Excess, Un-Opened
Containers, Shelf Life not Expired                                         N/A                     N/A           Varies         DOL Supply
Machine Tooling Metal Shavings                                     W81NEE-407-XX-0016B          Recyclable       None             HMPC
Media Blast Air Filters, Exhaust                                   W55WNU-1460-XX-002C2            HW              9              DRMO
Media Blast Air Filters, Intake                                    W55WNU-1460-XX-002C1            SW            None         Trash dumpster
Media Blast Filters                                                W55WNU-1460-XX-002B1            HW              9              DRMO
                                                                                                                               HW - DRMO
Media Blast, Exterior Structures                    W55WNU-1460-XX-0002E Sample each time                         None        NON-HAZ - C/D
Media Blast, Plastic                                W55WNU-1460-XX-002A2   Recyclable                             None      RSMS Staging Area
Media Blast, Sand                                   W81NEE-407-XX-002A3        HW                                  9              DRMO
Media Blast, Steel Shot                             W81NEE-407-XX-002A1    Recyclable                             None       EWMC Contractor
Media Blast, Sand                                   W55CWA-600-XX-002A4        SW                                 None        Trash dumpster
Media Blast, Baking Soda                            W81NEE-741-XX-002A5        SW                                 None        Trash dumpster
Mercury Containing Devices and Thermostats           W81NEE-407-XX-0109        UW                                  8              HMPC
Broken Mercury Containing Devices                   W55CVC-240-XX-0109A        HW                                  8              DRMO
Military Training, Blasting Cap Residue             W55NU9-918-XX-0018A        HW                                  9        DOL/ASP, BLDG 918
Military Training, Image Intensifier Tubes (NVIITS)
1st Generation                                      W81NEE-407-XX-0071A        HW                                  9              DRMO
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                          Item Name                                     Profile Sheet Number*   Classification   DOT Class      Turn Item In To
Military Training, Image Intensifier Tubes (NVIITS)
2nd and 3rd Generation                                              W81NEE-407-XX-0071B        CM                    9             DRMO
Military Training, MRE Heaters, Unused                              W81NEE-407-XX-0072B        CM                  None          Unit Supply
Military Training, MRE Heaters, Used                                W81NEE-407-XX-0072A        SW                  None        Trash dumpster
Military Training, Smoke Pot Residue                                 W55NU9-918-XX-0018B       HW                    9       DOL/ASP, BLDG 918
Military Training, Igniters                                          W55NU9-918-XX-0018L       HW                    9       DOL/ASP, BLDG 918
Oil Burner Ash                                                      W55WNU-1693-XX-0002J       HW                    9             DRMO
Paint Booth Air Filters, Exhaust                                    W55WNU-1460-XX-002C2       HW                    9             DRMO
Paint Booth Air Filters, Intake                                     W55WNU-1460-XX-002C1       SW                  None        Trash dumpster
Paint Booth, Floor Covering                                         W55WNU-1460-XX-0002D       SW                  None        Trash dumpster
Paint Chips, Exterior                                                W81NEE-407-XX-0002  Sample each time          None            HMPC
Paint Chips, Interior/HEPA Filters                                   W81NEE-407-XX-0002        HW                    9             DRMO
Paint Remover Debris                                                W55CU6-2370-XX-0025A       SW                  None        Trash dumpster
Paint Thinner, F Code                                                W81NEE-407-XX-0009        HW                    3             DRMO
Parts Washer Filters, Aqueous Solution                              W81NEE-407-XX-0014C        HW                    9             DRMO
Parts Washer Cabinet, Used Oil                                      W81NEE-407-XX-0014D     Used oil               None       Used oil contractor
Parts Washer Cabinet, Aqueous Solution                              W55WNU-1460-XX-0014        HW                    9             DRMO
Photo Fixer, Desilvered (Treated)                                   W55CWA-600-XX-0007A        SS                  None        Sanitary sewer
Photo Fixer, Untreated                                               W55CWA-600-XX-0007        CM                  None        IACH, Logistics
POL-Contaminated Soil                                                       N/A                N/A                 None            EWMC
Propane Cylinder Depressurizing Drum Filter                         W81NEE-1945-XX-0009B       HW                    9             HMPC
Propane Cylinders, Empty OR Full                                            N/A            Recyclable             2.1/2.2          EWMC
Radiator Flushing Booth                                             W55GNO-8100-XX-0017A       SS                  None        Sanitary sewer
Radiator Pressure Tank Water                                         W81NEE-407-XX-0017        SS                  None        Sanitary sewer
Radiator Stripper/Caustic                                           W55GNO-8100-XX-0010        HW                    8             DRMO
Rags, Cloth and Paper Towels (F-Code Solvent)                       W81NEE-7753-XX-0009X       HW                    9             DRMO
Refrigeration/Compressor Oil                                         W81NEE-407-XX-0019J       CM                  None            HMPC
Refrigeration/Compressor Oil [tenant activities]                     W81NEE-407-XX-0019J       CM                  None            DRMO
Shop Towels, Cloth (Laundered)                                      W55CVC-229-XX-0050D1   Recyclable              None        DOL, BLDG 229
Solvent Basin Filters, Degreasing, Mineral Spirits                  W81NEE-407-XX-0027A1       HW                    9             DRMO
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                         Item Name                                     Profile Sheet Number*   Classification   DOT Class    Turn Item In To
Solvent Basin Filters (Weapons)                                     W81NEE-407-XX-0027F1            HW             9            DRMO
Solvent Basin, Degreasing, Mineral Spirits                          W81NEE-407-XX-0027A             HW             9            DRMO
Solvent Basin (Weapons)                                             W81NEE-407-XX-0027F             HW             9            DRMO
Tissue Processing, Formalin                                         W55CWA-600-XX-0008D             SS            None       Sanitary sewer
Tissue Processing, Linear Slide Stainer Rinse
Water                                                                W55CWA-600-XX-0008U           SS             None       Sanitary sewer
Tissue Processing, Alcohols & Stains                                 W55CWA-600-XX-0008E           HW              3             DRMO
Tissue Processing, Xylene                                            W55CWA-600-XX-0008A           CM              3             DRMO
Undercoating Overspray (Dry Sweep or Paper)                          W81NEE-407-XX-0009O           SW             None       Trash dumpster
Used Oil                                                             W81NEE-407-XX-0019C         Used Oil         None      Contractor Pick-up
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                                           APPENDIX E

                                  ENVIRONMENTAL SITES
                           Building Type of Facility

                                  T7     Vehicle Maintenance Shop
                                 210     Dental Clinic
                                 240     Auto Skills Facility
                                 277     Vehicle Maintenance Shop
                                 314     Maintenance Facility
                                 352     HVAC Maintenance
                                 386     Vehicle Maintenance Shop
                                 387     Vehicle Maintenance Shop
                                 600     Logistics
                                 600     Maintenance
                                 600     Dental Clinic
                                 741     Component Rebuild Depot
                                 742     Flight Simulator Facility
                                 820     Vehicle Maintenance Shop
                                 833     Aircraft Maintenance Hangar
                                 840     Vehicle Maintenance Shop
                                 853     Aircraft Maintenance Hangar
                                 918     Ammunition Supply Point
                                1460     Vehicle Maintenance Shop
                                1470     Vehicle Maintenance Shop
                                1630     Major End Item Rebuild Facility
                                1633     Vehicle Maintenance Shop
                                1671     Shipping/Receiving Facility
                                1693     Major End Item Rebuild Facility
                                1930     Hazardous Material Processing Center
                                1945     Environ mental Waste Management Center
                                1950     TSDF
                                2351     Solid Waste Disposal Facility
                                4010     Dental Clinic
                                5205     Golf Course Maintenance
                                6918     Skills Development Center
                                7120     Vehicle Maintenance Shop
                                7173     Vehicle Maintenance Shop
                                7350     Vehicle Maintenance Shop
                                7500     Vehicle Maintenance Shop
                                7670     Dental Clinic
                                7720     Vehicle Maintenance Shop
                                7753     Automotive Skills Center
                                7760     Vehicle Maintenance Shop

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                           Building Type of Facility

                                7920     General Purpose Storage Facility
                                8100     General Purpose Maintenance
                                8300     Vehicle Maintenance Shop
                                8311     POL Storage Facility
                                8312     Flammable Material Storage Facility
                                8330     Vehicle Maintenance Shop
                                8360     Vehicle Maintenance Shop
                                8370     Vehicle Maintenance Shop
                                8380     Vehicle Maintenance Shop
                                8390     Vehicle Maintenance Shop
                                8410     Vehicle Maintenance Shop
                                9084     Range Support Facility
                                9299     Range Support Facility




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                                                                                                             APPENDIX F
                                                                               UNIVERSAL WASTE AND CONTROLLED MATERIAL
                                                                                          ACCUMULATION POINT

                                                                                      UWAP                                                        CMAP

                                                                                                                           EMPTY                                            EMPTY
                                                                                                                        METAL NON-                                         PLASTIC
                                                                                                         MAGNESIUM                           2.5 LB        AEROSOL
                                                                                                                         POL CANS                                        CONTAINERS
                                                                                 MISCELLANEOUS LAMPS      BATTERIES                        CYLINDERS         CANS
                                                     SPENT LAMPS (4 FOOT) UW

                                                                                                                          <1 GAL                                           <1 GAL
                                                                                      (BOXES) UW        (10-GAL TOTE)                     (WHITE FIBER      (WHITE
                                                                                                                          (55-GAL                                          (55-GAL
                                                                                                             CM                              BAGS)       FIBER BAGS)
                                                                                                                        OPEN HEAD)                                       OPEN HEAD)
                                                                                                                             B                                                B



                                                                                                                                                                            OFF SPEC
                                                                                                                          DRAINED
                                                                                                                                                                       JP-8 & FUEL FILTER
                                                                                                                         METAL POL
                                                                                                           LITHIUM                                                      DRAIN DRUM (55
                                                                                                                            CANS
                      SPENT LAMPS (8 FOOT) UW




                                                                                                          BATTERIES                                                        GAL Bung)
                                                                                                                           <1 GAL
                                                                                                        (10-GAL TOTE)                                                    w/yellow funnel
                                                                                                                           (55-GAL
                                                                                                              CM                                                           and screen
                                                                                                                         OPEN HEAD)
                                                                                                                                                                               CM
                                                                                                                              B
                                                                                                                                                                                G



                                                                                                                        DRAINED OIL
                                                                                                                                                                         DRAINED FUEL
                                                  MERCURY                                              DRY CELL LEAD      FILTERS
                                                                                                                                                                           FILTERS
                                                  BATTERIES                                            ACID BATTERIES     (55-GAL
                                                                                                                                                                            (55-GAL
                                                (10-GAL TOTE)                                          (10 GAL TOTE)    OPEN HEAD)
                                                                                                                                                                          OPEN HEAD)
                                                     UW                                                RECYCLABLE       w/drain pan
                                                                                                                                                                               G
                                                                                                                        for oil filters



                                                                                                                                                                             USED
                                                   DRY CELL
                                                                                                                              OIL                                         ANTIFREEZE
                                                   NICKEL-
                                                                                                                         DRAIN DRUM                                     (55-GAL BUNG)
                                                  CADMIUM
                                                                                                         DRUM DOLLY     (55-GAL BUNG)                                    w/red funnel
                                                  BATTERIES
                                                                                                                         w/red square                                      and screen
                                                (10-GAL TOTE)
                                                                                                                            funnels                                           CM
                                                     UW
                                                                                                                                                                               G
                                                                                        DOOR                                                       DOOR

                                                                                                                                                                       B=Lined with 71-
                                                                                                                                                                        Gallon Plastic
                                                                                      Ramp                                                        Ramp                       Bags
                                                                                                                                                                         G=Grounded
                                                                                                                                                                          Containers

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                                              APPENDIX G

 HAZARDOUS MATERIALS/HAZARDOUS WASTE STORAGE
             INCOMPATIBILITY CHART

 In general:
            Reactives must be segregated from Ignitables
            Acids must be segregated from Caustics
            Corrosives should be segregated from Flammables
            Oxidizers should be segregated from EVERYTHING
            Many Corrosives are “Water Reactive”
            Most Organic Reactives must be segregated from Inorganic Reactives
             (metals)


 Some deadly combinations:

Acids + Oil or Grease = Fire                              Flammable liquids + Hydrogen Peroxide =
                                                          Fire/Explosion
Acids + Caustics = Heat/ Spattering                       Aluminum Powder + Ammonium Nitrate =
                                                          Explosion
Caustics + Epoxies = Extreme Heat                         Sodium Cyanide + Sulfuric Acid = Lethal
                                                          Hydrogen Cyanide
Chlorine Gas + Acetylene = Explosion                      Ammonia + Bleach = Noxious Fumes



If the material contains:                           It may not be stored with any of the following:

Acid (pH below 2.0)                                 Caustics (pH above 12.5)
                                                    Reactive Metals
                                                    Alcohol
                                                    Water
                                                    Aldehydes
                                                    Halogenated, Nitrated, or Unsaturated Hydrocarbons
                                                    Reactive Organic Compounds and Solvents
                                                    Spent Cyanide and Sulfide Solutions
                                                    Oxidizers

Caustic (pH above 12.5)                             Acid (pH below 2.0)
                                                    Reactive Metals
                                                    Alcohol
                                                    Water
                                                    Aldehydes
                                                    Halogenated, Nitrated, or Unsaturated Hydrocarbons
                                                    Reactive Organic Compounds and Solvents


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If the material contains:                           It may not be stored with any of the following:

Reactive Metals                                     Caustics
                                                    Acids
                                                    Alcohol
                                                    Aldehydes
                                                    Halogenated, Nitrated, or Unsaturated Hydrocarbons
                                                    Reactive Organic Compounds and Solvents
                                                    Oxidizers

Reactive Organic Compounds                          Caustics
and Solvents                                        Acids
                                                    Reactive Metals

Spent Cyanide and Sulfide Solutions                 Acids

Oxidizers                                           Acetic or Other Organic Acids
                                                    Concentrated Mineral Acids
                                                    Reactive Metals
                                                    Reactive Organic Compounds and Solvents
                                                    Ignitable [Flammable/Combustible] Wastes*

  *”Ignitable” in this context refers to substances with a flashpoint below 140 deg. F, and
  includes:
  Combustible substances, with a flashpoint below 140 deg. F.
  Flammable substances, with a flashpoint below 100 deg. F.




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                    IGNITABLES                                                       CORROSIVES
         (FLAMMABLES/COMBUSTIBLES)                                      ACIDS                   CAUSTICS
Carburetor Cleaners                                            Battery Acids                    Acetylene Sludge
Engine Cleaners                                                Degreasers and Engine            Alkaline Battery Acids
Epoxy, Resins, Adhesives, and Rubber Cements                   Cleaners                         Alkaline Cleaners
Finishes                                                       Etching Fluids                   Alkaline Degreasers
Fuels                                                          Hydrobromic Acid                 Alkaline Etching Fluids
Lacquers                                                       Hydrochloric Acid                Lime and Water
Paints                                                         Hydrochloric Acid (Muriatic      Lime Wastewater
Paint Thinners                                                    Acid)                         Potassium Hydroxide
Paint Wastes                                                   Nitric Acid (<40%) (Aquafor-     (Caustic Potash)
Pesticides that contain Solvents (such as Methyl                 Tis)                           Rust Removers
 Alcohol, Isopropyl Alcohol, Toluene, Xylene).                 Phosphoric Acid                  Sodium Hydroxide
Petroleum Solvents (Drycleaning Fluid)                         Rust Removers (Naval Jelly)        (Caustic Soda,
Solvents:                                                      Sulfuric Acid (Oil of Vitriol)       Soda Lye)
  Acetone
  Benzene                                                           REACTIVE METALS             REACTIVE ORGANIC
  Carbon Tetrachloride (Carbon Tet)                                                               COMPOUNDS AND
  Ethanol (Ethyl Alcohol)                                                                             SOLUTIONS
  Ethyl Benzene
                                                               Lithium (Batteries)              Alcohols
  Isopropanol (Isopropyl Alcohol)
                                                               Aluminum                         Aldehydes
  Kerosene (Fuel Oil #1)
                                                               Beryllium                        Chromic Acid (from
  Methanol (Wood Alcohol)
                                                               Calcium                            chrome plating,
  Methyl Ethyl Ketone (MEK)
                                                               Magnesium                          copper stripping and
  Petroleum Distillates
                                                               Sodium                           aluminum anodizing)
  Tetrahydrofuran (THF)
                                                               Zinc Powder                      Cyanides (from
  Toluene (Methacide, Methylbenzene, Methyl-
                                                                                                electro-
  benzoil, Phenylmethane, Toluol, Antisal 1A)
                                                                         OXIDIZERS                plating operations)
  White Spirits (White Spirits, Mineral Spirit,
                                                               Chlorine Gas                     Hypochlorides (from
  Naphtha),
                                                               Nitric Acid (>40%), aka Red         water treatment
  Xylene (Xylol)
                                                                 Fuming                            plants, swimming
Stains
                                                               Nitrates (Sodium Nitrate,           pools, sanitizing
Stripping Agents
                                                                 Ammonium Nitrate)                 operations)
Varsol
                                                               Perchlorates                     Organic Peroxides
Waste Fuels
                                                               Perchloric Acid                  (including Hydrogen
Waste Ink
                                                               Peroxides                        peroxide)
Wax Removers
                                                               Calcium Hypochlorite (>60%)      Perchlorates
Wood Cleaners
                                                                                                Permanganates
                                                                                                Sulfides




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                                                      APPENDIX H

                                “SAMPLE” HANDLING PROCEDURE
1. ITEM Used Antifreeze
2. OSHA (Worker Safety)                                                        PS # W81NEE-407-XX-0020
                                                                               (Insert the current fiscal year (FY) in place of XX in the
                                                                               Profile sheet number)
2.a.   HEALTH HAZARDS:                                        2.b. RECOMMENDED PERSONAL

Irritates eyes, skin, and nose, nausea vomiting,              PROTECTION EQUIPMENT:
abdominal pain, central nervous system effects.
Can be fatal.
                                                              Skin:      Neoprene, nitrile, PVC or natural rubber
                                                              Eyes:      Chemical Goggles
                                                              Breathing: Local ventilation
2.c. TARGET ORGANS:                                           2.d. FIRST AID
Skin                                                          Skin:         Remove wet or contaminated clothing, wash
Eyes                                                                        with soap and water immediately
Respiratory System                                            Eyes:         Use eyewash immediately
Central Nervous System                                        Breathing: Remove to fresh air, if breathing
Kidney                                                                   has stopped give CPR
Liver
                                                              Ingestion:    Get medical attention immediately
3. STORAGE:            Bungs/T plugs must be tightened when not adding material
3.a. CONTAINER:                                               3.d. MARKINGS:
 55 gallon closed head drum                                                      Controlled Material
3.b. INCOMPATIBLE WITH:                                                                  and
Strong oxidizers and Heat                                                     Stencil: Used Antifreeze
3.c. LOCATION: Right side of AP bldg.                         3.e. (DOT) LABELS: None
4. DISPOSAL:
            Turn in to DOL, Maintenance Contractor within 6 months of Accumulation Start Date
Turn-in to:                        Bldg.:       Telephone:             Other Info.
DOL                                          8100             239-5235                   No paperwork required
5. SPILLS
1. Isolate area, deny entry, shut off ignition sources, prevent from entering drains and waterways, ensure good
ventilation.
2. Call Post Emergency Services at 911 for an emergency spill. Post Emergency Services will contact the Fire
Department.
3. Clean up with dry sweep and dispose through DRMO as a hazardous waste.
4. If absorbent pads are used, dispose through DRMO as a hazardous waste
5. Document all spills on weekly inspection form. File spill report with Environmental Division, Spill
Coordinator within five days.
6. Prepared By (Environmental Division, DPW)                        Signature                            Date




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                                                  APPENDIX I
                 DISPOSITION OF HAZARDOUS AND UNIVERSAL WASTE AND
                                CONTROLLED MATERIAL
Defense Reutilization Marketing Office (DRMO) Building 1950, 239-0531, extension 944
    Processed hazardous waste as listed on Profile Sheets, Handling Procedures and Appendix D
    Computers, CPUs and Television Sets
    Circuit boards

Environmental Waste Management Center (EWMC) Building 1945, 239-6797
    Off-Spec fuel (for sale as a material)
    POL-contaminated soil
    Propane cylinders
    Lead acid batteries (wet cell)
    Oil and Fuel Filters (from vehicles)
    Metal filings from tool machining
    Transformers (Dry)

Construction/Demolition (C/D) Landfill 717-2935
    Asbestos
    Treated Wood
    Concertina Wire

Hazardous Material Processing Center (HMPC) Building 1930, 239-2305 or 239-6577
    Newly generated wastes (have not been profiled)
    Aerosol cans (petroleum based products)
    Ballasts and capacitors
    Propane and diesel start cylinders
    Universal Waste (batteries, pesticides, mercury thermostats and spent lamps) (Tenants may turn in
     lithium batteries for testing.)
    Grease: Used or unused in five gallon, or less, sized containers. (Tenants may turn grease in to
     the HMPC with a completed 1348-1A).
    Hazardous Materials, excess, opened containers
    Hazardous Materials, expired shelf-life
    Orphaned containers
    CFC contaminated oil (refrigerant/compressor oil)
     Drained fuel filters (from POL Tank Farm)
     Appendix D items that state “Sample each time”

DOL Contractor 239-5235
    Antifreeze (recycled on post at Bldg. 8100)
    Tactical batteries (Bldg. 8100)
    Wet cell nickel cadmium batteries (Bldg. 833)


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DOL Supply, Building 8312, 239-5025
       Hazardous Materials, excess, unopened containers, within shelf-life


DOL Laundry Drop Off Point, Building 229, 239-3172

       Soiled cloth rags

DPW 239-6050
        Transformers (Wet)

Note: See Appendix D for a list of waste and controlled material profile sheet numbers and hazard class
information




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                                              APPENDIX J

    ABOVEGROUND STORAGE TANKS AND UNDERGROUND
                  STORAGE TANKS
                        Regulated ASTs permitted by Fort Riley as of Nov 2007
  AST#     BLDG #          KDHE#       TI   CAPACITY        CONTENTS CONFIG         STATUS     UL#
   1        332          43184A001 1996         1000         USED OIL         H-R   IN USE   M20138
   2        388 A        43498A001 1998         8000          MOGAS           H-O   IN USE   A441358
   3        388 B        43498A002 1998         8000          DIESEL          H-O   IN USE   A441359
                                                             FERROUS
    4       393          44249A001 2005         1600         CHLORIDE         V-C   IN USE    T-2001
    5       640    A     43486A001 1999        12000         GASOLINE         H-C   IN USE   A404008
    6       640    B     43486A002 1999        12000         GASOLINE         H-C   IN USE   A404009
    7       640    C     43486A003 1999        12000         GASOLINE         H-C   IN USE   A404010
    8       820          43185A001 1996         1000         USED OIL         H-R   IN USE   M20135
    9       840          43186A001 1996         1000         USED OIL         H-R   IN USE   M20134
   10      1470          42418A001 1993         1000         USED OIL         H-R   IN USE    644433
   11      1940    A     42416A011 1997         6000         OFF SPEC         H-C   IN USE   A441125
   12      1940    B     42416A012 1997         6000         OFF SPEC         H-C   IN USE   A441128
   13      1940    C     42416A013 1997         6000         OFF SPEC         H-C   IN USE   A441127
   14      1940    D     42416A014 1997         6000         OFF SPEC         H-C   IN USE   A441126
   15      1820          44421A001 2006         1000         USED OIL         H-R   IN USE   P560260
                                                                                             06-505/2-KS-
   16      1820          44421A002     2006        5000           JP-8      H-C     IN USE       5000
   17      1828          44422a001     2006        1000         USED OIL    H-R     IN USE   P560263
   18      1966          44420A001     2006        1000         USED OIL    H-R     IN USE   P560260
                                                                FERROUS
   19      2593          44247A001     2005        1250         CHLORIDE    V-C     IN USE    T-2201
   20      5320    A     42890A001     1995        6000         GASOLINE    H-C     IN USE    511042
   21      5320    B     42890A002     1995        6000         GASOLINE    H-C     IN USE    511043
   22      5320    C     42890A003     1995        6000         GASOLINE    H-C     IN USE    646894
   23      5320    D     42890A004     1995        6000         GASOLINE    H-C     IN USE    646895
   24      7120    A     43187A001     1996        1000         USED OIL    H-R     IN USE    M20124
   25      7120    B     43187A002     1996        1000         USED OIL    H-R     IN USE    M20153
   26      7180          43188A001     1996        1000         USED OIL    H-R     IN USE    M20143
   27      7350     A    43179A001     1996        1000         USED OIL    H-R     IN USE    M20020
   28      7350     B    43179A002     1996        1000         USED OIL    H-R     IN USE    M20126
   29      7500          43189A001     1996        1000         USED OIL    H-R     IN USE    M20131
   30      7500          43189A002     2006        1000         USED OIL    H-R     IN USE
   31      7520     A    43180A001     1996        1000         USED OIL    H-R     IN USE    M20024
   32      7520     B    43180A002     1996        1000         USED OIL    H-R     IN USE    M20128
   33      7700          43439A001     1999        1000          DIESEL     H-R     IN USE    L809267
   34      7720     A    43181A001     1996        1000         USED OIL    H-R     IN USE    M20022
   35      7720     B    43181A002     1996        1000         USED OIL    H-R     IN USE    M20137
   36      7740     A    43190A001     1996        1000         USED OIL    H-R     IN USE    M20125
   37      7740     B    43190A002     1996        1000         USED OIL    H-R     IN USE    M20154
   38      7753          43210A001     1996        1000         USED OIL    H-R     IN USE    L809265


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   39      7760         43191A001      1996        1000         USED OIL    H-R   IN USE   M20149
   40      7760         44399A001      2006        2000         USED OIL    H-C   IN USE   M77014
   41      7780         43192A001      1996        1000         USED OIL    H-R   IN USE   M20141
   42      7780         43192A002      2006        2000         USED OIL    H-C   IN USE   M77013
   43      7900 A       43193A001      1996        1000         USED OIL    H-R   IN USE   M20123
   44      7900 B       43193A002      1996        1000         USED OIL    H-R   IN USE   M20152
   45      7920         43945A001      2002        1000         USED OIL    H-R   IN USE   L809268
   46      7940 A       43194A001      1996        1000         USED OIL    H-R   IN USE   M20122
   47      7940 B       43194A002      1996        1000         USED OIL    H-R   IN USE   M20133
   48      7960 A       43195A001      1996        1000         USED OIL    H-R   IN USE   M20142
   49      7960 B       43195A002      1996        1000         USED OIL    H-R   IN USE   M20150
   50      8100 A       43443A001      1998        2000         USED OIL    H-O   IN USE   A441180
   51      8100 B       43443A003      1998        4000          10W Oil    H-O   IN USE   A441181
   52      8100 C       43443A004      1998        4000          15-40W     H-O   IN USE   A441183
   53      8100 D       43443A005      1998        4000         USED OIL    H-O   IN USE   A441182
   54      8100 E       43443A007      1998        6000         FUEL OIL    H-O   IN USE   A441187
   56      8100 G       43443A006      1998        4000         FUEL OIL    H-O   IN USE   A441184
                                                                SOIDIUM
   57      8156         44248A001      2005       8000         HYDROXIDE    V-C   IN USE     T-1701
   58      8160         44400A001      2005        730           DIESEL     H-R   IN USE
   59      8300    A    43196A001      1996       1000          USED OIL    H-R   IN USE   M201121
   60      8300    B    43196A002      1996       1000          USED OIL    H-R   IN USE   M20132
   61      8314    A    42417A001      1987      100000           JP-8      V-C   IN USE    8314A
   62      8314    B    42417A002      1987      100000           JP-8      V-C   IN USE    8314B
   63      8314    C    42417A003      1987      30000           DIESEL     V-C   IN USE    8314C
   64      8314    D    42417A004      1987      30000           MOGAS      V-C   IN USE    8314D
   65      8314    E    42417A005      1987      10000         KEROSENE     V-C   IN USE    8314E
   66      8314    F    42417A006      1987      10000          OFF SPEC    V-C   IN USE    8314F
   67      8320    A    43197A001      1996       1000          USED OIL    H-R   IN USE   M20140
   68      8320    B    43197A002      1996       1000          USED OIL    H-R   IN USE   M20157
   69      8330    A    43198A001      1996       1000          USED OIL    H-R   IN USE   M20145
   70      8330    B    43198A002      1996       1000          USED OIL    H-R   IN USE   M20147
   71      8340         43199A001      1996       1000          USED OIL    H-R   IN USE   M20144
   72      8360         43200A001      1996       1000          USED OIL    H-R   IN USE   M20127
   73      8370     A   43182A001      1996       1000          USED OIL    H-R   IN USE   M20021
   74      8370     B   43182A002      1996       1000          USED OIL    H-R   IN USE   M20139
   75      8380     A   29790A001      1996       1000          USED OIL    H-R   IN USE   M20146
   76      8380     B   29790A002      1996       1000          USED OIL    H-R   IN USE   M20155
   77      8390     A   43201A001      1996       1000          USED OIL    H-R   IN USE   M20148
   78      8390     B   43201A002      1996       1000          USED OIL    H-R   IN USE   M20156
   79      8410     A   43183A001      1996       1000          USED OIL    H-R   IN USE   M20018
   80      8410     B   43183A002      1996       1000          USED OIL    H-R   IN USE   M20151
   81      9084         43264A001      1997       1000          USED OIL    H-R   IN USE   M20120
   82      9300         43946A001      2002       1000           DIESEL     H-R   IN USE   L809269
   83      9300          43946001      2005       1000           MOGAS      H-R   IN USE
   84      9319     A   43202A001      1996       1000          USED OIL    H-R   IN USE    M20019
   85      9319     B   43202A002      1996       1000          USED OIL    H-R   IN USE    M20023
                                                                                           06-505/2-KS-
   86       TTB         44419A001      2006        5000             JP-8    H-C   IN USE       5000



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                         Unregulated ASTs operated by Ft. Riley as of Nov 2007
 AST# BLDG #           KDHE#       TI  CAPACITY      CONTENTS CONFIG STATUS             UL#
   1   221              GEN      1990       40          DIESEL          H-R    IN USE
   2   332            SKIMMER 1997         250         SED OIL          H-R    IN USE
   3   899              GEN      1990       40          DIESEL          H-R    IN USE
   4  2310              GEN      1997       50          DIESEL          H-R    IN USE
   5  3206               N/A     1990      500          DIESEL          H-C    IN USE
   6  5205 A            FUEL      NA       500          DIESEL          H-C    IN USE
   7  5205 B            FUEL      NA       500         MOGAS            H-C    IN USE
   8  7958              GEN      1990       40          DIESEL          H-R    IN USE
   9  8100 H          ANTI-FRZE 1996      1000        ANTI-FRZE         H-R    IN USE
  10  8100 I          ANTI-FRZE 1996      1000        ANTI-FRZE         H-R    IN USE
  11  8100 J          ANTI-FRZE 1996      1000        ANTI-FRZE         H-R    IN USE
  12  8319 A          SKIMMER 1997         500        USED OIL          H-C    IN USE
  13  8319 B          SKIMMER 1997         500        USED OIL          H-C    IN USE
  14  8399 A          SKIMMER 1997         500        USED OIL          H-C    IN USE
  15  8399 B          SKIMMER 1997         500        USED OIL          H-C    IN USE
  16  8555 A          SKIMMER 1998         250        USED OIL          H-R    IN USE
  17  8555 B          SKIMMER 1998         250        USED OIL          H-R    IN USE
  18  8566 A          SKIMMER 1997         500        USED OIL          H-C    IN USE
  19  8566 B          SKIMMER 1997         500        USED OIL          H-C    IN USE
  20  9300               N/A     1996      250        USED OIL          H-R    IN USE

              Regulated ASTs permitted by Ft. Riley tenants as of Nov 2007
 AST# BLDG #   KDHE#      TI   CAPACITY        CONTENTS CONFIG STATUS                   UL#
  1   1520 A 43146A001 1997       1000          USED OIL          H-C     IN USE
  2   1520 B 43146A002 1997       1000          USED OIL          H-C     IN USE
  3    T-7   43482A001 1998       1000          USED OIL          H-C     IN USE
  4   1694   43482A002 1998       1000          USED OIL          H-C     IN USE
  5   2370 A 42936A009 1990       2000           MOGAS            H-C     IN USE

           Unregulated ASTs operated by Ft. Riley tenants/contractors as of Nov 2007
 AST# BLDG #     KDHE#       TI   CAPACITY         CONTENTS CONFIG STATUS               UL#
  1   1460 A       N/A      1995      500           USED OIL         H-C      IN USE
  2   1460 B       N/A      1997      300           USED OIL         H-R      IN USE
  3   1460         N/A      1997      300           USED OIL         H-R      IN USE
  4   1460         N/A      1997      300           USED OIL         H-R      IN USE
  5   1460 C       N/A      1990      500            DIESEL          H-C      IN USE
  6   2370 B       N/A      1990      250            MOGAS           H-C      IN USE




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                               USTs permitted by Ft. Riley as of Nov 2007
  UST#     BLDG #        KDHE#     TI CAPACITY CONTENTS                  TCM          STATUS       UL#

    1        600   23650U253 1981               5000          FUEL OIL       FBRGLS    IN USE
    2        615   23650U022 1981               20000         FUEL OIL        STEEL    IN USE
    3       2597 A 23650U205 1981               10000         GASOLINE       FBRGLS    IN USE

    4       2597 B 23650U206 1981               10000         GASOLINE       FBRGLS    IN USE

                       USTs permitted by Ft. Riley tenants as of Nov 2007
  UST#     BLDG #   KDHE#      TI CAPACITY CONTENTS                  TCM              STATUS       UL#
   1       1460 A 29789U001 1990       8000           DIESEL        STEEL             IN USE
   2       1460 B 29789U002 1990       8000           DIESEL        STEEL             IN USE


TI: Tank Install Year           C: Cylindrical              O: Oval                   H: Horizontal
V: Vertical                     R: Rectangular              Config: Configuration     FBRGLS: Fiberglass
TCM: Tank Construction Material




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                                              APPENDIX K

      ENVIRONMENTAL SITE FILE TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section 1                    Table of Contents (provided by the Environmental Division, DPW)

Section 2                    Environmental Division, DPW memorandums or correspondence

Section 3                    Hazardous Waste, Universal Waste and Controlled Material
                             Generation Statements (provided by the Environmental Division,
                             DPW)

Section 4                    Environmental Team Appointment Orders (written by organization
                             IAW the example in Appendix L)

                             Environmental Team Training Certification Memorandums
                             (provided by the Environmental Division, DPW)

                             Site Specific Spill Contingency Plan (provided by the
                             Environmental Division, DPW) to include:

                                    Hazardous Chemical Inventory (completed by organization)

                                    Site Map (provided by the Environmental Division, DPW)

                                    Evacuation Plan with Map (provided by the Environmental
                                    Division, DPW)

Section 5                    Photo Copy of the AST permit (original permit provided by the
                             Environmental Division, DPW)

                             Spill Reports (written by organization IAW the example in Appendix
                             V) to include:

                             Fort Riley Spill Incident Report

                                    Environmental Team Leader & Team Member Spills Help
                                    Sheet

                                    Organization Weekly Multi-Media Inspection Checklists
                                    (completed by organization on form provided in Appendix N)

Section 6                    Multi-Media Inspection Reports (completed by the Environmental
                             Division, DPW, Compliance Inspectors)



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                                             Appendix L
        “SAMPLE” ENVIRONMENTAL TEAM APPOINTMENT
                        ORDERS
AFZN-XX-X                                                                               DATE


MEMORANDUM FOR RECORD

SUBJECT: Appointment Orders, Organization Environmental Team


1. The following individuals are appointed to the positions and duties as indicated:

    a. Environmental Team Leader:

    Primary:                       Name                                     Rank

    Alternate:                     Name                                     Rank

        Duties: Responsible for the management of hazardous waste, universal waste and
controlled material generated and supervising or assisting in emergency actions involving
hazardous waste. Oversight responsibilities include: collecting, storing, moving, labeling,
marking, (including dating), segregating, preparing turn-in documents, and maintaining records
of hazardous waste, universal waste and controlled material generated, and personnel training.

    b. Environmental Team Members:

    Primary Team:                  Name                                     Rank
                                   Name                                     Rank

    Alternate Team:                Name                                     Rank
                                   Name                                     Rank

        Duties: Responsible for the proper handling of hazardous waste, universal waste and
controlled material generated by the organization and assisting in emergency action involving
hazardous waste. Assigned work may include: collecting, storing, moving, labeling, marking
(including dating), segregating, preparing turn-in documents, and maintaining records of
hazardous waste, universal waste and controlled material.

2. All personnel will successfully complete the “Environmental Team Training” offered by the
Environmental Division, DPW within the first 60 days of appointment and annual refresher
training thereafter.




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                                           APPENDIX M
            MULTI-MEDIA ENVIRONMENTAL INSPECTION REPORT
          Initial Inspection                7 Day Re-inspection             15 Day Re-inspection

                 COMPLIANT                                                  NON-COMPLIANT

If non-compliant, a re-inspection will be conducted on                                        .

Notification:

Compliant Inspection: Chief, Environmental Division & Organization’s Representative.

Non-Compliant Initial Inspection: Chief, Environmental Division & Director/Battalion
Commander of inspection Organization.

Non-Compliant 7-Day Re-inspection: Chief, Environmental Division & Director/Battalion
Commander of inspection Organization.

Non-Compliant 15-Day Re-inspection: Chief, Environmental Division, Director/Battalion
Commander of inspection Organization & Garrison Commander

Standard: The standard is to achieve 100 percent compliance on all items with a federal, state
or Army regulation and 85 percent or better on all Best Management Practice (BMP) items.
Items Corrected on the Spot (COS) during an inspection will not be allowed to be COS during
the next inspection; they will be non-compliant if found not to standard.

Date & Time of Inspection

Inspected Organization & Bldg Number

Organization’s POC & Telephone Number

Inspector’s Name & Telephone Number

Inspector’s Signature

Organization’s Representative’s Signature
(Accompanied Inspector)

Organization’s Director or Commander

Remarks:




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 ITEM #      ASSESSMENT TOPIC /
             REGULATORY ISSUE                 CITATION                                      INSPECTED ITEMS                                    C   NC COS   FINDING
Site Files
   SF 1    Environmental Team          BMP                Does the organization have an appointed Environmental Team?
                                       (EMP – Ch 4)        Is the Team Leader an Officer?
                                                           Is the Team Leader present during the inspection?
                                                           Is the alternate Team Leader in the rank of E-5 or above (the equivalent for
                                                             civilian organizations)?
   SF 2    Site Files               40 CFR 262.34(a)(4)   Training records must be maintained for all staff that generate, handle or
                                    and 264.16(a) through manage hazardous waste, universal waste and controlled material.
                                    264.16(c)              Is there a list of personnel designated as responsible for hazardous waste,
                                    (EMP - Ch 4)             universal waste and controlled material storage areas in the Site File?
   SF 3    Environmental Management BMP                   Each organization will have a copy of the most recent EMP.
           Plan (EMP)               (EMP)
   SF 4    EMP                      BMP                   Does the organization have a complete Site Specific Spill Contingency Plan
                                    (EMP - Ch 11)         (SSSCP)?
   SF 5    EMP                      BMP                   Does the organization have a complete Site Specific Storm Water Plan
                                    (EMP – Ch 9)          (SSSWP)?
Spill Documentation
  SD 1     Spill Reporting          BMP                   Any spills of hazardous material, hazardous waste, universal waste and
                                    (EMP – Ch 11)         controlled material over 5 gallons or any amount that enters the
                                                          environment must be immediately reported to the Fire Department.
                                                           Verify the organization stores or dispenses petroleum in a way that reduces
                                                             the potential for a spill.
                                                           Did the organization prepare and retain in the Site File a copy of the Spill
                                                             Report submitted to the Environmental Division, Spills Coordinator?
  SD 2     Spill Reporting          BMP                   Has emergency or non-emergency action been taken for any spills, leaks,
                                    (EMP – Ch 11)         or contaminated soil in the work area?
                                                           Has contaminated soil been removed, bagged and the area restored?
                                                           Are stains visible on asphalt and/or concrete surfaces, if so, are efforts being
                                                             made to clean up?
                                                           Is contamination visible around edges of motor pool (i.e., stressed
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  ITEM #      ASSESSMENT TOPIC /
              REGULATORY ISSUE               CITATION                                        INSPECTED ITEMS                                         C   NC   COS   FINDING
Inspections and Records Retention
   IRR 1     Inspections and Records   BMP                    Has the Environmental Team Leader reviewed and signed the weekly inspections
             Retention                 (EMP – Ch 14)          at least monthly?
   IRR 2     Inspections and Records   BMP                    Is the person performing the weekly inspection appointed to the organization’s
             Retention                 (EMP – Ch 14)          Environmental Team?
   IRR 3     Inspections and Records   BMP                    Are multi-media inspection forms and corrective action activities kept for a
             Retention                                        minimum of 3 years (1 year in Site File, 2 in an historical file)?
   IRR 4     Inspections and Records   40 CFR 112.7(e)(2)(vi) Is a gauging log kept for each AST?
             Retention                                         Fuel storage/dispersal ASTs are to be gauged monthly.
                                                               Verify the fuel storage/dispersal log is on site for verification.
                                       BMP                     Gauging must include a visual inspection of the entire tank to ensure no
                                       (EMP – Ch 6)                cracks or leaks are present.
                                                               Verify that used oil ASTs are being gauged weekly.
                                                               Verify used oil log is in the Site File and has been signed by a trained
                                                                   Environmental Team Member.
                                                               Is exterior free of oily residue.
   IRR 5    Inspections and Records    BMP                    Have work orders been submitted for any maintenance or repair work on
            Retention                  (EMP – Ch 4)           any real property associated with the management of hazardous waste,
                                                              universal waste and controlled material?
                                                               Check status of the work order, determine if response time is appropriate to
                                                                   ensure environmental and/or safety risks are acceptable. (Retain work order
                                                                   1 year after completion of the project.)
Training
     T1     Hazardous Waste Training 40 CFR 264.16            Have personnel on the Environmental Teams received Environmental Team
                                                              Training or been scheduled within 60 days of appointment to the team?
                                                               Are Environmental Team Leaders’ and Members’ training records current;
                                                                  have they attended training within the last 12 months?
                                       BMP                     Has substitute training been approved by the Environmental Division and
                                       (EMP – Ch 13)              documented in the Site File?
    T2      General Spill Training     40 CFR 112.21,         Personnel in organizations that have a Site-Specific Spill Contingency Plan
                                       264.30 through         must take part in annual training in spill prevention and response.
                                       264.56                  Does the organization perform an annual test/training of the SSSCP?
                                                               Does the organization review and update the SSSCP annually?
                                       SPCCP/ISCP –            Verify that all appropriate personnel have received the training.
                                       Appendix L, Table       Verify the training consisted of: who to notify in case of a spill, how to contain
                                                                  a spill, emergency evacuation signal, evacuation routes and safety practices
                                                                  to prevent spills.




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  ITEM #     ASSESSMENT TOPIC /
             REGULATORY ISSUE             CITATION                                     INSPECTED ITEMS                                      C   NC   COS   FINDING
Recycling
    R1      Recycling                EMP – Ch 2           Can the organization verify they have a recycle program in place and are
                                                          participating in the installation troop incentive program as mandated in FR
                                                          200-10?
                                                           Verify the organization has clearly marked containers to collect scrap metal,
                                                               cardboard, aluminum cans, paper, glass, magazines, catalogues, and
                                                               newspapers.
                                                           Verify that cans, bottles, paper- especially “high grade” office paper,
                                                               cardboard, and scrap metal are not in trashcans and dumpsters.
                                                          Check for innovative recycling efforts.
   R2       Recycling             BMP                     Are recycling activities centralized?
General Accumulation Point Management
 GAPM 1 General Accumulation      BMP                     Is the site accessible to controlled material handlers?
            Point                 (EMP – Ch 4)             If locked, is there a procedure for obtaining a key?
                                                           Are vehicles and containers placed in such a way as not to restrict access?
 GAPM 2     Closed Containers       BMP                   Containers of controlled materials must be handled in a safe manner and
                                    (EMP – Ch 4)          closed when not in use.
                                                           Verify that each container is closed (locking ring and/or bung must be more
                                                               than finger tight).
                                                           Verify that containers aren’t damaged during handling, or affected in anyway
                                                               that could cause a leak.
 GAPM 3     General Accumulation    BMP                   Are the appropriate labels affixed to containers holding controlled material
            Point                   (EMP – Ch 4)          and are they filled out completely and correctly?
                                                           Controlled material labels will be white with blue and black lettering.
                                                           Empty labels will be white with black lettering.
                                                           Is the label completely filled out; accumulation start date, contents, etc.?
                                                           Is the information placed on labels using permanent markers?
                                                           Are labels 3” from the top and visible?
 GAPM 4     General Accumulation    49 CFR 172.301        Are containers of controlled material properly marked with a DOT hazard
            Point                                         label?
                                    BMP                    Verify that materials listed in the EMP (if present at the organization) as
                                    (EMP – Ch 4)               requiring DOT labels are labeled.
                                                           Are labels 3” from the top and visible?




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  ITEM #     ASSESSMENT TOPIC /
             REGULATORY ISSUE         CITATION                                            INSPECTED ITEMS                                    C   NC   COS   FINDING
 GAPM 5     Compatibility        40 CFR 262.34(a)(1)(i) Containers used must be made of or lined with materials compatible with
                                 and 264.172            the waste stored in them.
                                 (EMP – Ch 4)            Verify that anything, which is labeled caustic or corrosive, is in DOT-
                                                             approved containers.
                                                         Is the container compatible with the material being stored in it?
 GAPM 6     General Accumulation 40 CFR 262.34(a)(1)(i) Are all incompatibles segregated and stored in separate containers?
            Point                and 264.177
                                 (EMP – Ch 4)
 GAPM 7     General Accumulation BMP                    Containers will be managed in accordance with good management
            Point                (EMP – Ch 4)           practices.
                                                         Verify containers aren’t stacked more than two high.
                                                         Verify containers stacked vertically have a pallet between them.
                                                         Verify containers of flammables are grounded.
                                                         Verify there is at least three feet of aisle space between rows of containers.
 GAPM 8     General Accumulation BMP                    Do containers of hazardous waste, universal waste and controlled material
            Point                (EMP – Ch 4)           have secondary containment?
 GAPM 9     General Accumulation BMP                    Verify that useable products are not stored in the accumulation point.
            Point                (EMP – Ch 4)
 GAPM 10    General Accumulation BMP                    Are oil and fuel filters drained in the appropriate containers?
            Point                (EMP – Ch 5)
 GAPM 11    General Accumulation K.A.R. 28-50-14        Is asbestos (brakes, clutch, and rags) correctly collected, double bagged in 6-mil
            Point                (SMP – App J)          plastic, and stored in a closed container?
 GAPM 12    General Housekeeping BMP                    Specific housekeeping requirements must be met in areas where hazardous
                                 (EMP – Ch 4)           waste, universal waste and controlled material are stored.
                                                         Verify that there isn’t clutter and general poor housekeeping that could
                                                             contribute to a hazard from tripping, fire, explosion, or pests.
 GAPM 13    Handling Procedures  BMP                    Are the appropriate handling procedures posted above the containers in the
                                 (EMP – Ch 4)           accumulation points?
                                                         Verify the procedure is placed in a visible location above the container.
                                                         Verify that the procedure is current and applicable to the storage container.




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  ITEM #     ASSESSMENT TOPIC /            CITATION                                      INSPECTED ITEMS                                      C   NC   COS   FINDING
             REGULATORY ISSUE
 GAPM 14    Signage                  BMP                   Is the “Danger Controlled Material Accumulation Point” sign posted on the
                                     (EMP – Ch 4)          AP bldg. or in the AP area?
                                                            Verify that the posting is on the right side door as you face the AP bldg.
 GAPM 15    Signage                  BMP                   Is the “Danger No Smoking within 50 ft” sign posted on the AP bldg. or in the AP
                                     (EMP – Ch 4)          area?
 GAPM 16    Time Limit               BMP                   Are controlled materials being stored no more than 6 months from the
                                     (EMP – Ch 4)          “accumulation start date”?
 GAPM 17    Additional Items         BMP                   Are the following items in or near the site?
                                     (EMP – Ch 4)           Bung wrenches (2), drum dolly, drum funnels (4), filter drain funnels (2).

Collection Shelter Management
    CS 1     General Housekeeping    BMP                   Is secondary containment under the Collection Shelter not more than 75% full?
                                     (EMP – Ch 2)
   CS 2     General Housekeeping     BMP                   Is the Collection Shelter being maintained in an orderly fashion (housekeeping)?
Satellite Accumulation Points Management (Satellites must also adhere to GAPM requirements 12, 13 and 14, and HW requirements 5, 6, 7, 10 and 11)
   SAP 1     Satellite Accumulation  BMP                    Does the Satellite Accumulation Point (SAP) have the required SAP sign?
             Points                  (EMP – Ch 4)
   SAP 2     Satellite Accumulation  40 CFR 262.34(c)       Is the waste turned in within 6 months of generation start date or within 3 days of
             Points                  (EMP – Ch 4)           the accumulation start date (when container is full)?
   SAP 3     Satellite Accumulation  40 CFR 262.34(c)       All generators may accumulate as much as 55 gallons of hazardous waste
             Points                  (EMP – Ch 4)           or 1 quart of acutely hazardous waste in containers at or near any point of
                                                            initial generation.
                                                             Verify if the facility has any SAPs.
                                                             Verify that the SAP is at or near the point of generation (within the confines
                                                                  of the facility).
                                                             Verify that the container is under the control of the operator of the process
                                                                  that generates the waste.
                                                             Verify that the containers are marked correctly with the SAP label.
                                                             Verify that the containers are moved to a container storage area (HWAP or
                                                                  DRMO) when the container is full or before you begin to fill a second
                                                                  container.
MOTOR POOL, MAINTENANCE BAYS, & SHOP AREAS
Work Areas
   WA 1      Eye Wash Stations       BMP                    Is eyewash available for immediate emergency use.
                                     (EMP – Ch 4)            Have eyewash stations been flushed weekly and is there a log near the eye
                                                                   wash station that is used to document the flushing?




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  ITEM #     ASSESSMENT TOPIC /
             REGULATORY ISSUE        CITATION                                             INSPECTED ITEMS                                      C   NC   COS   FINDING
   WA 2     Empty Containers    BMP                       Are containers properly identified as “Empty”? (Containers previously
                                (EMP – Ch 4)              holding hazardous wastes must meet the regulatory definition of „empty‟
                                                          before they are exempted from hazardous waste requirements).
                                                           Check for empty containers that previously held hazardous waste, universal
                                                              waste and controlled material to see if they have an “empty” label affixed to
                                                              them.
                                                           Verify that all wastes or materials have been removed that can be removed
                                                              using the practices commonly employed to remove waste from that type of
                                                              container and no more than 1 inch of residue remains in the bottom of the
                                                              container.
   WA 3     Empty Containers        BMP                   Do empty containers that will be reused for storage (5 gallon or larger) have an
                                    (EMP – Ch 4)          “Empty” label with the last contents of the container identified?
   WA 4     “In-ground” Oil Water   BMP                      Are in-ground oil water separators properly maintained and operated?
            Separators              (EMP – Ch 6)           Are alarm systems, if present, in working order?
                                                           Is there access to the system to remove oil and inspect the system (is the
                                                              access point readily available)?
                                                           Does the operator understand the system and able to troubleshoot any
                                                              problems?
                                                           Is there any oily discharge from the separator system discharge point?
                                                           Is there a clearly defined maintenance program or inspection program for the
                                                              system?
Drip Pans
    DP 1    Drip Pan Management     BMP                   Are drip pans placed under all leaking vehicles?
                                    (EMP – Ch 11)         Are drip pans serviceable?
                                                          Are drip pans not more than 75% full?
   DP 2     Portable Oil Water      BMP                   Are portable oil water separators properly maintained and operated?
            Separators              (EMP – Ch 11)          Is there visible staining to indicate loss of product during separation?
                                                           Is an excessive amount of oil retained in the oil water separator, which could
                                                              impact the separation process?
                                                           Are the devices stenciled as oil water separators?
                                                           Is the device designed so that rainwater cannot get in, i.e., has a lid?
                                                           If tipped over, is the design such that it won’t discharge oil?
Hazardous Material Storage
  HMS 1    Container Management     BMP                   Are leaking or damaged hazardous materials promptly and properly over-packed
                                    (EMP – Ch 3)          or transferred to another container?
  HMS 2     Shelf Life              BMP                   Are items with expired shelf life turned in or shelf life extended?
                                    (EMP – Ch 3)          Are all materials labeled with the HSMS barcode?
Wash Racks
  WR 1     Wash Rack Management     National Pollutant        Is the wash rack soil residue less than -3 inches deep?
                                    Discharge                 Verify that excess oil/fuel does not exceed one inch deep in the drain basin.
                                    Elimination System        Is there evidence that contaminated soil is not being disposed of properly?
                                    permit #F-KS97-PO02
                                    (EMP – Ch 10)
   WR 2     Wash Rack Management    National Pollutant    Follows proper vehicle washing procedures when using Tactical Equipment Shop
                                    Discharge             (TES) wash racks.
                                    Elimination System
                                    permit #F-KS97-PO02
                                    (EMP – Ch 10)




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  ITEM #     ASSESSMENT TOPIC /
             REGULATORY ISSUE          CITATION                                     INSPECTED ITEMS                                            C   NC   COS   FINDING
   WR 3     Wash Rack Management National Pollutant  Wash tactical vehicles at Central Vehicle Wash Facility (CVWF) and GSA
                                 Discharge           vehicles at an approved on or off-site commercial facility.
                                 Elimination System
                                 permit #F-KS97-PO02

   WR 4     Discharges to Industrial   40 CFR 403.5(a) and    Installations must not discharge into an industrial sewer any pollutant, which
            Sewers: General            403.5(c)(2) and the    would cause “pass through” or “interference.”
                                       National Pollutant      Verify that no degreasers, solvents, soaps or emulsifiers are present at the
                                       Discharge                   wash rack.
                                       Elimination System
                                       permit #
                                       F-KS97-PO02
                                       (EMP – Ch 10)
Solvent Basins
   SB 1     Solvent Degreasers         40 CFR 63.462(b) and   Solvent degreasers must be operated in a way that minimizes the release of
                                       63.462(c)(1) through   solvent and fumes.
                                       63.462(c)(2)            Check for presence of solvent degreasers.
                                       (EMP – Ch 4)            Verify lids are tight fitting and closed except when in use.
                                                               Verify that solvent drains down into a closed container.
                                                               Verify that flexible hoses and flushing devices are operated so that all
                                                                  flushing is done within the confines of the degreaser.
                                                               Verify that parts that have holes or cavities are tipped or rotated while
                                                                  draining to ensure complete draining.
                                                               Verify spills are cleaned up immediately and rags are stored in a covered
                                                                  container.
                                                               If the degreaser has an air- or pump-agitator, make sure the agitator
                                                                  produces a rolling, not a splashing motion.
                                                               Verify sponges, fabrics, woods, paint brushes and paper products are not
                                                                  cleaned in the degreaser.
                                       BMP                    Solvent basins are kept clean (no paint brushes, rags, etc).
                                                              PPE is available for use at the solvent basins (gloves, apron and splash
                                                              goggles).
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS MANAGEMENT
Aboveground Storage Tanks
   ST 1   Storage Tanks: General BMP                          Tanks used to store used oil must have filter screens in place and
                                 (EMP – Ch 6)                 operational hinges.
                                                               Verify that screens are in place to catch large debris.
                                                               Verify that funnel hinges are operational.
                                                               Verify that only POL products are placed in AST.




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                REGULATORY ISSUE             CITATION                                         INSPECTED ITEMS                                    C   NC   COS   FINDING
   ST 2       Secondary Containment    40 CFR 112.7(e)(2)(ii) All bulk storage tanks (over 2501 L (660 gal)) must have secondary
                                       BMP                    containment for the entire contents of the largest single tank plus sufficient
                                       (EMP – Ch 6)           free board to allow for precipitation.
                                                               Verify that all ASTs over 660 gallons have some form of secondary
                                                                   containment (usually a cement case will be built and the tanks placed on
                                                                   brackets inside). Alternatives to dikes and berms include diversionary
                                                                   gutters, drainage trenches leading to holding ponds, etc.; anything that
                                                                   conducts spilled material to a safe place where it can be recovered.
                                                               Verify that each dike or berm is “impervious,” which, in this case, means no
                                                                   cracks or holes (including animal burrows) are present. Earthen berms are
                                                                   required to be solid enough that leaks cannot quickly seep through. Report
                                                                   all cracks.
                                                               Verify that the containment is large enough to hold all of the contents of the
                                                                   tank plus 10% for accumulated precipitation.
                                                               The storage area must be graded away from occupied buildings.
                                                               Verify drain valves on secondary containment are sealed when not in use.
                                                               Check for water accumulated in secondary containment to ensure no
                                                                   hazardous substances have been released to it before discharge.
                                                               Check to see if records are maintained of drainage activities.
   ST 3       Dike Drainage, Secondary 40 CFR 112.7(e)(1),    All liquids captured in AST dikes must be contained until they can be
              Drive-on Containment     112.7(e)(2) and        properly disposed of.
                                       112.7(e)(2)(iii)        Verify that drainage valves are closed when not in use.
                                       (EMP – Ch 6)            Verify, by interviewing personnel, that drainage valves are attended when
                                                                   opened to drain diked/bermed area.
                                                               Verify, by interviewing personnel, that discharges containing harmful
                                                                   quantities of petroleum products were properly treated, recovered or
                                                                   disposed and reported.
                                                               Determine if operating personnel understand the meaning of a harmful
                                                                   discharge as described in 40 CFR 110.3.
                                                               Verify that records have been kept of any drainage water which was
                                                                   inspected to determine if it would represent a harmful discharge.


   ST 4       Permits                   K.A.R. 28-44-29        Is the current AST permit available and is a copy visibly posted on the tank?
                                        (EMP – Ch 6)
   ST 5       Labeling                  40 CFR 279.22          Is the AST labeled “USED OIL”?
                                        (EMP – Ch 6)
Air Quality
     A1       Filter Log Book          K.A.R. 28-19-501        Filter Change Logs are maintained for paint booths, abrasive blast booths and
                                       (d)(3)                  woodworking facilities.
    A2        Filter Change Procedures K.A.R. 28-19-501        Control Equipment Maintenance Plans (SOPs) are established and maintained
                                       (d)(2)                  for filter changes.
Industrial Stormwater
   SW 1       Special Requirements     EPA General Permit      Cover salt storage area with a roof or use temporary cover if a permanent
                                       Part IV.D.8             cover is not planned.
Hazardous Waste
   HW 1       Hazardous Waste          40 CFR 261.3,           Does the organization have a current Generation Statement for the
              Determination            261.4(b), 261.11        hazardous waste generated at the organization?
                                       261.21 through           Check the Site File to ensure the Generation Statement is accurate for the
                                       261.24                     activities being conducted.
                                       (EMP – Ch 4)             Has the Envr. Team Leader met with the Environmental Division, Hazardous
                                                                  Waste Coordinator at least once per year to update the Generation

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ENVIRONMENTAL DIVISION MULTI-MEDIA INSPECTION CHECKLIST
  ITEM #      ASSESSMENT TOPIC /
              REGULATORY ISSUE               CITATION                                      INSPECTED ITEMS                                    C   NC   COS   FINDING
                                                                Statement?
   HW 2     Inspections              40 CFR 262.34(a)(1)(i) Are organizations conducting weekly inspections of accumulation points?
                                     and 264.174             Verify if they have in the Site File a copy of the weekly inspections (3-year
                                     (EMP – Ch 14)               historical record).
   HW 3     Inspections and Records 40 CFR 264.16           Are Environmental Team Training memorandums being kept for three years from
            Retention                (EMP – Ch 4)           the date personnel last worked at the organization?
   HW 4     Hazardous Waste Training 40 CFR 264.16          Have personnel on the Environmental Teams received Environmental Team
                                     (EMP – Ch 13)          Training or been scheduled within 60 days of appointment to the team?
                                                             Are Environmental Team Leaders’ and Members’ training records current;
                                                                 have they attended training within the last 12 months?
                                     BMP                     Has substitute training been approved by the Environmental Division and
                                                                 documented in the Site File?
   HW 5     General Accumulation     BMP                    Is the site accessible to hazardous waste handlers?
            Point                    (EMP – Ch 3)            If locked, is there a procedure for obtaining a key?
                                                             Are vehicles and containers placed in such a way as not to restrict access?
   HW 6     Closed Containers        40 CFR 262.34(a)(1)(i) Containers of hazardous waste must be handled in a safe manner and
                                     and 264.173            closed when not in use.
                                     (EMP – Ch 4)            Verify that each container is closed (locking ring and/or bung must be more
                                                                 than finger tight).
                                                             Verify that containers aren’t damaged during handling, or affected in anyway
                                                                 that could cause a leak.
   HW 7     General Accumulation     49 CFR 172.301         Are containers of hazardous waste properly marked with a DOT hazard
            Point                    (EMP – Ch 4)           label?
                                                             Verify that materials listed in the EMP (if present at the organization) as
                                                                 requiring DOT labels are labeled.
                                     BMP                     Are labels 3” from the top and visible?
   HW 8     Time Limit               40 CFR 262.34(a)       Is hazardous waste being stored no more than 75 days from the “accumulation
                                     (EMP – Ch 4)           start date”?
   HW 9     Hazardous Waste          40 CFR 262.34          Are the appropriate labels affixed to containers holding hazardous waste
            Accumulation Point       (EMP – Ch 4)           and are they filled out completely and correctly?
                                                             HW labels will be white with red and black lettering.
                                                             Is the label completely filled out; accumulation start date, contents, etc.?
                                     BMP                     Empty labels will be white with black lettering.
                                                             Is the information placed on labels using permanent markers?
                                                             Are labels 3” from the top and visible?
  HW 10     General Accumulation     40 CFR 262.34(a)(1)(i) Are hazardous waste and universal waste collected in separate containers?
            Point                    and 264.177
                                     (EMP – Ch 4)
  HW 11     Safety                   40 CFR 262.34(a)(4) Storage areas must be designated, constructed, maintained, and operated
                                     and 264.30 through to minimize the possibility of a fire, explosion, or any unplanned release of
                                     264.37                 hazardous waste.
                                     (EMP – Ch 4)            Verify that there is an emergency signal at the storage area to provide
                                                                 immediate emergency notice in case of a major spill or accident.
                                                             Verify that there is a portable ABC fire extinguisher on hand.
                                                             Verify that spill kits conform to guidance in the EMP (i.e. such as absorbent
                                                                 material, non-sparking shovel, gloves, etc.).
                                                             Verify that there is enough aisle space (at least three feet) to allow free
                                                                 movement of emergency personnel, fire extinguishers, hoses, spill control
                                                                 equipment, and decontamination equipment.
  HW 12     Signage                  BMP                    Is the “Danger Hazardous Waste Accumulation Point” sign posted on the
                                     (EMP – Ch 4)           AP bldg. or in the AP area
                                                             Verify that the posting is on the left side door as you face the AP bldg.
Universal Waste

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  ITEM #      ASSESSMENT TOPIC /
              REGULATORY ISSUE           CITATION                                          INSPECTED ITEMS                                    C   NC   COS   FINDING
   UW 1     Inspections             40 CFR 262.34(a)(1)(i)  Are organizations conducting weekly inspections of accumulation points?
                                    and 264.174              Verify if they have in the Site File a copy of the weekly inspections (3-year
                                    (EMP – Ch 14)                historical record).
   UW 2     Inspections and Records 40 CFR 264.16           Are Environmental Team Training memorandums being kept for three years from
            Retention               (EMP – Ch 4)            the date personnel last worked at the organization?
   UW 3     Training                40 CFR 264.16           Have personnel on the Environmental Teams received Environmental Team
                                    (EMP – Ch 13)           Training or been scheduled within 60 days of appointment to the team?
                                                             Are Environmental Team Leaders’ and Members’ training records current;
                                                                 have they attended training within the last 12 months?
                                     BMP                     Has substitute training been approved by the Environmental Division and
                                                                 documented in the Site File?
   UW 4     General Accumulation     BMP                    Is the site accessible to universal waste handlers?
            Point                    (EMP – Ch 3)            If locked, is there a procedure for obtaining a key?
                                                             Are vehicles and containers placed in such a way as not to restrict access?
   UW 5     Closed Containers        40 CFR 262.34(a)(1)(i) Containers of universal waste must be handled in a safe manner and closed
                                     and 264.173            when not in use.
                                     (EMP – Ch 4)            Verify that each container is closed (locking ring and/or bung must be more
                                                                 than finger tight).
                                                             Verify that containers aren’t damaged during handling, or affected in anyway
                                                                 that could cause a leak.
   UW 6     General Accumulation     49 CFR 172.301         Are containers of universal waste properly marked with a DOT hazard
            Point                    (EMP – Ch 4)           label?
                                                             Verify that materials listed in the EMP (if present at the organization) as
                                                                 requiring DOT labels are labeled.
                                     BMP                     Are labels 3” from the top and visible?
   UW 7     Universal Waste          40 CFR 262.34          Are the appropriate labels affixed to containers holding universal waste and
            Accumulation Point       (EMP – Ch 4)           are they filled out completely and correctly?
                                                             UW labels will be white with red, green and black lettering.
                                                             Is the label completely filled out; accumulation start date, contents, etc.?
                                     BMP                     Empty labels will be white with black lettering.
                                                             Is the information placed on labels using permanent markers?
                                                             Are labels 3” from the top and visible?
   UW 8     General Accumulation     40 CFR 262.34(a)(1)(i) Are universal waste and hazardous waste collected in separate containers?
            Point                    and 264.177
                                     (EMP – Ch 4)
   UW 9     Signage                  BMP                    Is the “Danger Universal Waste Accumulation Point” sign posted on the AP
                                     (EMP – Ch 4)           bldg. or in the AP area?
                                                             Verify that the posting is on the left side door as you face the AP bldg.
  UW 10     Time Limit               BMP                    Are universal wastes being stored no more than 6 months from the “accumulation
                                     (EMP – Ch 4)           start date”?


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                                           APPENDIX N



                          ORGANIZATION WEEKLY
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                                                       ORGANIZATION WEEKLY
                                                 MULTI-MEDIA INSPECTION CHECKLIST

 RESULTS:                                            COMPLIANT                                                 NON- COMPLIANT
1.      References:
 a. U.S. Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Title 40 Parts 260-282; 49 CFR Parts 171-173.
 b. Kansas Statutes Annotated 65-3430 et seq., Kansas Administrative Regulations 28-31-1 through 28-31-14.
 c. Fort Riley Environmental Management Plan, 2005, et seq.

2.      General Information:
  a. Date and Time of Inspection:

 b. Inspected Organization & Bldg. Number:

 c. Inspector Name & Telephone Number:

 d. Environmental Team Leader Certification: (Review and sign
    inspections monthly)


3.      Criteria:         C (Compliant)              NC (Non-Compliant) COS (Corrected on Spot)                            NA (Not Applicable)
         NOTE: For your information, minimum fines possible by the Kansas Department of Health & Environment are in parenthesis. The amount
of the fine will be increased by the number of days in violation and number of containers in violation.
                                                       Additional information may be attached to this form if necessary.

 A. Site File                                                                                                                   ($500-10000)
 (1) Generation Statement. Environmental Team Appointment Orders.                                                            Comments
 Environmental Team Training Memorandums. All Environmental Team                                         ___________________________________________
 personnel training up-to-date. Current SSSCP. SSSCP annual training                   C    NC    COS    ___________________________________________
 documented. Spill Reports. Ft. Riley EMP on site.                                                       ___________________________________________
 (2) Weekly inspections up-to-date. Environmental Team Leader Certification                              ___________________________________________
 completed.                                                                                                ___________________________________________


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B. Hazardous Waste, Universal Waste, Controlled Material & Satellite Accumulation Points (HWAP, UWAP, CMAP, SAP)                     ($1000-10000)
(1) HW, UW and CM Danger & No Smoking sign in place. POC name &                                                      Comments
number on sign. Site accessible. Adequate aisle space. Handling procedures                        _____________________________________________
posted. No usable products stored. Incompatible wastes separated.                                  _____________________________________________
Separate containers for each waste. Oil & fuel filters drained correctly.                          _____________________________________________
Asbestos collected correctly. Good general housekeeping.                                           _____________________________________________
(2) SAP: Waste turned in within 6 months of generation start date or 3 days of full                  _____________________________________________
container. Only 1 container of each type of waste, not to exceed a total of 55                      _____________________________________________
gallons. HWAP: Waste turned in within 75 days of accumulation start date.             C   NC   COS   _____________________________________________
UWAP/CMAP: Waste & material turned in within 6 months of accumulation start                          _____________________________________________
date.                                                                                                _____________________________________________
(3) Appropriate marking used. Contents identified on marking with permanent                        _____________________________________________
ink. Start date on marking. Containers stenciled if applicable. All other                         _____________________________________________
product labeling removed or obliterated. Containers spillproof and in good                          _____________________________________________
condition. Appropriate headspace left. Waste or material overpacked in drums                       _____________________________________________
if containers are leaking, corroded, or deteriorated.                                                _____________________________________________
(4) Spill kit & absorbent stored at site. (Motor pools must use 85 & 55 gal                         _____________________________________________
drums). Fire extinguisher near site (20 lb. ABC).



C. Collection Shelter                                                                                                          ($1000-5000)
Drained 5-gallon metal containers and air filters stored correctly. Containment                                         Comments
floor empty and clean. Handling procedures posted. Good housekeeping.               C   NC   COS   NA




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D. Work Area                                                                                                                       ($2000-10000)
No open containers, standing waste, or waste/material entering storm drains.                                       Comments
Eyewash flushed weekly w/documentation. Empty drums have been marked or                         _____________________________________________
stenciled “Empty.” No soil contamination. Washrack soil residue less than 6      C   NC   COS   _____________________________________________
inches. Fuel tankers not within 25 ft. of storm drain. Drip pans under leaking                  _____________________________________________
vehicles. Drip pans under 75% full.                                                              _____________________________________________




E. Aboveground Storage Tank (AST)                                                                                                   ($1000-5000)
Inspect tank weekly. Gauge tank weekly. If tank is 75% full, appointment has    C   NC   COS   NA                   Comments
been made for pick up. Record of work orders kept. Area around tank clean.                           ________________________________________
Markings indicating contents are in place. Covers and grates functional.                             ________________________________________
KDHE permit on site.  Is exterior free of oily residue.                                              _______________________________________

F. Legibility on all labels, markings & documents                                  C   NC   COS

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H. Identification of Waste/Material at Accumulation Point:

          NAME OF HAZARDOUS WASTE ON CONTAINER:                             GENERATION START     ACCUMULATION       ESTIMATED QUANTITY:
                                                                             DATE (SAPs ONLY)     START DATE:

                              ($500)




       NAME OF CONTROLLED MATERIAL ON CONTAINER:                              ACCUMULATION START DATE:          ESTIMATED QUANTITY:




          NAME OF UNIVERSAL WASTE ON CONTAINER:                               ACCUMULATION START DATE:          ESTIMATED QUANTITY:




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                                               Appendix O
                          PESTICIDE INSPECTION REPORT
          Initial Inspection                5 Day Re-inspection               10 Day Re-inspection

                 COMPLIANT                                                    NON-COMPLIANT

If non-compliant, a re-inspection will be conducted on                                          .

Notification:

Compliant Inspection: Chief, Environmental Division & Organization’s Representative.

Non-Compliant Initial Inspection: Chief, Environmental Division & Director/Battalion
Commander of inspection Organization.

Non-Compliant 5-Day Re-inspection: Chief, Environmental Division & Director/Battalion
Commander of inspection Organization.

Non-Compliant 10-Day Re-inspection: Chief, Environmental Division, Director/Battalion
Commander of inspection Organization & Garrison Commander

Standard: The standard is to achieve 100 percent compliance on all items with a federal, state
or Army regulation and 85 percent or better on all Best Management Practice (BMP) items.
Items Corrected on the Spot (COS) during an inspection will not be allowed to be COS during
the next inspection; they will be non-compliant if found not to standard.

Date & Time of Inspection

Inspected Organization & Bldg Number

Organization’s POC & Telephone Number

Inspector’s Name & Telephone Number

Inspector’s Signature

Organization’s Representative’s Signature
(Accompanied Inspector)

Organization’s Director or Commander

Remarks:


Electronic copies of the entire inspection report are available by request.
I request  decline  an electronic copy of this report.
Organization Representative’s Signature:
Address to deliver electronic copy to:


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PESTICIDE INSPECTION CHECKLIST
            ASSESSMENT                    CITATION                                    REVIEWER CHECKS                                   C   NC   COS   REMARKS
 ITEM #     TOPIC/
            REGULATORY ISSUE
Training
   T1       Merchandising           AR 40-5, 10-4h(2);      Employees are to be fully trained in the safe handling,
                                    FIFRA, Section          merchandising and presentation of pesticides.
                                    12(a)(2)(A); TG 15.      Verify employees are familiar with merchandising criteria.
                                                             Employees fully trained in the safe handling, spill prevention aspects
                                                            of pesticides.
                                                             Employees understand all pesticides must be clearly and completely
                                                            labeled.
   T2       Spill Prevention and
                              AR 40-5, 10-4h, 10-           Employees must be trained in spill prevention and containment
            Containment       4i, Appendix C;               procedures.
                              ISCP/SPCCP;                    Verify training has been conducted teaching employees pesticide
                              29 CFR 1910, 1917,            spill procedures.
                              1926;                          Verify employees are aware of spill kit location.
                              AR 200-1; AR 200-5,            Verify personnel involved with spill response, clean up, storage and
                              para 2-13; NFPA               handling of pesticides are trained in proper spill response/notification,
                              472; TG 15.                   health and safety procedures.
  T3       PPE                29 CFR 1910, 1917,            Employee training regarding use of PPE is required.
                              1926; ISCP/SPCCP;              Verify employees are aware of PPE needed to cleanup spills.
                              AR 200-5, para 2-13;           Verify PPE is provided by the Distribution Center and worn by
                              AR-200-1; NFPA 472;           employees when there is a spill.
                              AR 11-34, para 3-
                              5b(2), 385-32, 4a; TG
                              15.
  T4       Hazard             29 CFR                        Employees must receive pesticide hazard training.
           Communication      1910.1200b(4); AR              Verify employees receive pesticide hazard training.
                              200-5, para 2-13; FR           Verify pesticide hazard training is documented.
                              EMP.
Overall Operation and Management
 OOM 1     Store Management   AR 40-5, 10-4h(1);            Distribution centers must adhere to specific requirements.
                              DODI 4150.7, para              Verify any pesticides sold or distributed are registered for sale and
                              E.3.v (6);                    registered as general use pesticides.
                              40 CFR 156; FR                 Verify no restricted use pesticides are sold or distributed, or
                              EMP.                          pesticides with labels indicating only professional pest management
                                                            personnel may use the product are sold.
                                                             Verify only pesticides approved by the Armed Forces Pest
                                                            Management Board (AFPMB) and the State of Kansas are sold or
                                                            distributed.
                                                             Verify all pesticide containers are labeled with manufacturer’s
                                                            original label or reproduced copy of the label.
 OOM 2      Store Management        BMP; FR EMP             Distribution centers should maintain a current inventory of
                                                            pesticides stored and for sale or distribution.


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            ASSESSMENT TOPIC/             CITATION                                    REVIEWER CHECKS                                   C   NC   COS   REMARKS
 ITEM #     REGULATORY ISSUE
Overall Operation and Management cont.
 OOM 3     Spill Prevention    AR 200-5, para 2-11          Distribution Centers are required to follow specific guidelines in
                               & 2-13;                      the prevention and containment of spills.
                               ISCP/SPCCP;                   Verify stored and shelved pesticides are inspected monthly to
                               AR 40-5, para 10-            determine the condition of the containers.
                               4h; FR EMP.                   Verify the distribution center has a spill kit.
                                                             Verify pesticide spills are reported to the Fire Department.
                                                             Verify a Spill Incident Report has been filed within five working days
                                                            of the spill.
                                                             Verify spills are cleaned up and pesticide contaminants are disposed
                                                            of as required by the label or regulation.
                                                             Verify the spill kit is inspected after each use and at least annually.
                                                             Verify all supplies are present.
                                                             Verify spill containment and cleanup procedures are posted in an
                                                            accessible area near the pesticide storage area.
                                                             Verify any pesticide containers that are leaking are recontainered or
                                                            overpacked to prevent further leaking. Contact Environmental Division,
                                                            DPW, Hazardous Waste Coordinator for disposal instructions.
                                                             Verify daily work habits include health and safety procedures
                                                            emphasizing good work habits, reduction or elimination of hazards and
                                                            use of PPE.
                                                             Verify severely contaminated clothing is disposed of as pesticide
                                                            waste.
                                                             Verify no pesticide contaminated clothing is home laundered.
 OOM 4      Spill Prevention         BMP; FR EMP            Distribution Centers are required to follow specific guidelines in
                                                            the prevention and containment of spills.
                                                             Verify a “first in/first out” system for pesticide inventory is
                                                            implemented.
 OOM 5      Fire Plan                AR 200-5, para 2-      Distribution Centers are required to follow specific guidelines
                                     11;                    regarding fire prevention.
                                     FR 420-4, para 17-      Verify the site has a fire plan that is updated annually.
                                     4(a);                   Verify a fire extinguisher with no less than a 10B rating is within 25-
                                     ISCP/SPCCP; FR         50 feet of the pesticide storage area.
                                     EMP.                    Verify fire extinguisher is inspected monthly by building fire marshals
                                                            and recharged/repaired as needed.
                                                             Verify a list of pesticides is given to the Environmental Division,
                                                            DPW, Hazardous Waste Coordinator and Fire Department every 6
                                                            months.
 OOM 6      Fire Plan                BMP                    Distribution Centers are required to follow specific guidelines
                                     ISCP/SPCCP; FR         regarding fire prevention.
                                     EMP.                    Verify no ignition sources are in the pesticide storage area.
 OOM 7      Safety                   AR 200-5, para 2-      Distribution centers must comply with regulations regarding
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            ASSESSMENT TOPIC/             CITATION                                    REVIEWER CHECKS                                   C   NC   COS   REMARKS
 ITEM #     REGULATORY ISSUE
                                     13;                    personnel safety.
                                     DODI 4145.19-1,         Verify PPE is provided by the Distribution Center and available to
                                     para 3-415a(1) & 3-    the employees. PPE must be worn when there is a spill.
                                     415a(6) through 3-     Verify employees have updated Material Safety Data Sheets MSDs
                                     415a(8)                available at all times while at work.
                                     AR 11-34, para 3-       Verify MSDSs are available in hard copy.
                                     5b(2), 385-32, and
                                     4a;
                                     29 CFR
                                     1910.1200b(4);
                                     FR Reg. 385-14; FR
                                     EMP.
 OOM 8      Safety                   AR 40-5, 10-4h(2);     Distribution centers must comply with regulations regarding safe
                                     TG 17 (MIL-HDBK        pesticide storage and display.
                                     1028/8A).               Verify different products/chemicals are stored and displayed
                                                            separately with labels visible.
                                                             Verify products are grouped by type of pesticide.
                                                             Verify in storage areas aisle ways are at least 4 feet wide.
                                                             Verify stacks of stored pesticides are not more than 8 feet high.
                                                             Verify rigid containers are stored in an upright position.
                                                             Verify liquid formulations are stored below dry formulations.
                                                             Verify pesticides are stored in a dry, well ventilated place that is
                                                            segregated from food and other dry goods.
                                                             Verify pesticides are stored off the floor.
 OOM 9      Safety                   BMP                    Verify compressed bottle or containers are stored away from
                                     ISCP/SPCCP.            pesticides.
Outdoor Display/Storage Areas
 OD 1      Facility Requirements     DODI 4150.7,           Pesticides must be stored/displayed in an area meeting certain
                                     Enclosure 4, para      requirements.
                                     6.b;                    Verify the area is secured with a fence and kept locked when store
                                     TG 17 (MIL-HDBK        is closed.
                                     1028/8A), para          Verify the area is protected from moisture, heat, freezing, and
                                     3.1.4.1.4.             sunlight as product requirements determine.
  OD 2      Presentation             AR 40-5, 10-4h(2);     Pesticides must be displayed in a manner meeting certain
                                     TG 17 (MIL-HDBK        requirements.
                                     1028/8A);               Verify different products/chemicals are in different stacks with labels
                                     AR 200-5, para 2-      visible.
                                     11.                     Verify aisle ways are 4 feet wide.
                                                             Verify liquid formulations are stored below dry formulations.
                                                             Verify products are grouped by type of pesticide, not brand.
                                                             Personnel use display practices to minimize accidental breakage by
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            ASSESSMENT TOPIC/              CITATION                                      REVIEWER CHECKS                                  C   NC   COS   REMARKS
 ITEM #     REGULATORY ISSUE
  OD 3      Inventory and            BMP; FR EMP              Verify a “first in/first out” system is implemented.
            Presentation
  OD 4      Fire Prevention          IAW FR 420-4, para       Fire protection must be provided in pesticide areas.
                                     17-4(a).                  Verify a fire extinguisher with no less than a 10B rating is within 25-
                                                              50 feet of the pesticide area.
                                                               Verify the fire extinguisher is inspected monthly and
                                                              repaired/recharged as needed.
Outdoor Display/Storage Areas cont.
  OD 5       Fire Prevention     BMP                          Verify no ignition sources are near the pesticide area.
                                 ISCP/SPCCP.
Interior Display Areas
    I1       Presentation        AR 40-5, 10-4h(2).           Pesticides must be displayed in a manner meeting certain
                                                              requirements.
                                                               Verify pesticides are shelved away from food or dry good products.
                                                               Verify products are grouped by type of pesticide, not brand.
                                                               Personnel use display practices to minimize accidental breakage by
                                                              customers and handling products by children.
   I2       Presentation             BMP to accomplish        Verify a “first in/first out” system is implemented as a BMP.
                                     AR 40-5 10-4h(2)-
                                     “minimize damage”.
   I3       Fire Prevention          FR 420-4, para 17-       Fire protection must be provided in pesticide areas.
                                     4(a).                     Verify a fire extinguisher with no less than a 10B rating is within 25-
                                                              50 feet of the pesticide area.
                                                               Verify the fire extinguisher is inspected monthly and
                                                              repaired/recharged as needed.
   I4       Fire Prevention          BMP                      Verify no ignition sources are near the pesticide area.
                                     ISCP/SPCCP.
Checkout Areas
   C1       Checkout                 AR 40-5, para 10-        Pesticides must be bagged separately from other merchandise.
                                     4h(2).
Self Help Program
 SHP 1      Self Help Program        AR 200-5, 2-13 & 2-      The self-help program has certain operational requirements.
                                     15;                       Verify military personnel and housing occupants are being trained
                                     DODI 4150.7              on the safe and proper use of self-help pesticides.
                                     Enclosure 4, para         Verify pesticides are not issued, except as enclosed in baits for ant
                                     8I(3)(b), 10.a & 10.b;   and cockroach control.
                                     29 CFR 1910.1200.         Verify self-help personnel provide military personnel and housing
                                                              occupants with written instructions and appropriate precautions beyond
                                                              those on pesticide labels.
                                                               Verify MSDS are being provided to Self-HelpStore customers upon
                                                              request.
                                                               Verify TroopSelf-Help personnel provide MSDSs to military and
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PESTICIDE INSPECTION CHECKLIST
            ASSESSMENT TOPIC/             CITATION                                   REVIEWER CHECKS                                 C   NC   COS   REMARKS
 ITEM #     REGULATORY ISSUE
                                                            civilian personnel.
                                                             Verify records of issued pest control supplies are being maintained
                                                            and the records are provided to the pest management coordinator once
                                                            a month.
                                                             Verify daily pesticide dispersal records are being kept and provided
                                                            to Installation Pest Management Coordinator upon request.

DISTRIBUTTION CENTERS (PX, COMMISSARY, AAFES LOCATIONS AND SELF-HELP) - ADDITIONAL COMMENTS:




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                                              APPENDIX P
               GUIDANCE FOR CLEANING UP PESTICIDE SPILLS
                          (LESS THAN 1 QUART)
                                       Distribution Centers
        References
        AR 40-5 10-4 and Appendix C

       Cleanup and Disposal
          Spilled pesticides should be cleaned up immediately. The steps below should
       be followed.

       a.   Notify the Fire Department there has been a spill.
       b.   Block off or isolate the area where the spill has occurred.
       c.   Don PPE.
       d.   Pour cat litter, sawdust, or the absorbent material on the spill to soak it up.
            Ventilate the area by opening doors and windows and turning on exhaust fans.
       e.   Scoop up the contaminated absorbent and pour it into a plastic bag.
       f.   Mop up the spill area with warm water containing 1 cup bleach per gallon of
            water.
       g.   After mopping, place the mop head into the bag with the contaminated
            absorbent. Close and seal the bag. Place the bag in another bag. Close and
            seal the second bag. (This is referred to as double bagging). Place double
            bagged material in a separate refuse container for disposal.
       h.   Cleanup personnel should wear coveralls and waterproof footwear (rubbers or
            galoshes). They should not eat, drink or smoke during cleanup and should
            wash thoroughly afterwards with soap and clean water.
       i.   Broken or damaged pesticide containers should be discarded in the same
            manner as the absorbent material.
       j.   Personal protective gear worn during cleanup should be disposed of in the
            same manner as the absorbent material.

       Personnel Protection-Exposure Procedures
       a. If the pesticide gets into the eye or on the skin, immediately flush with water
          under low pressure. Further, the skin should be washed with soap and water.
          Remove contaminated clothing and blot up any pesticide on the clothing.
       b. Once the pesticide is washed off and clothes changed, the persons should go
          to the nearest Medical Treatment Facility (MTF). Exposed persons should
          know what pesticide they were exposed to and its strength or concentration. (If
          safely possible, take the container with you).

       Disposal Instructions
          Dispose of the bagged pesticide contaminant as instructed by the
       Environmental Division, DPW, Hazardous Waste Coordinator.



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                                           APPENDIX Q
                                FIELD INSPECTION REPORT
                Initial Inspection                                          Re-inspection

                 COMPLIANT                                                  NON-COMPLIANT

If non-compliant, a re-inspection will be conducted on                                      .

Notification:

Compliant Inspection: Chief, Environmental Division & Organization’s Representative.

Non-Compliant Initial Inspection: Chief, Environmental Division & Director/Battalion
Commander of inspection Organization.

Non-Compliant Re-inspection: Chief, Environmental Division & Director/Battalion
Commander of inspection Organization.

Non-Compliant Re-inspection: Chief, Environmental Division, Director/Battalion Commander
of inspection Organization & Garrison Commander.

Standard: The standard is to achieve 100 percent compliance on all items with a federal, state
or Army regulation and 85 percent or better on all Best Management Practice (BMP) items.
Items Corrected on the Spot (COS) during an inspection will not be allowed to be COS during
the next inspection; they will be non-compliant if found not to standard.

Date & Time of Inspection

Inspected Organization & Bldg Number

Organization’s POC & Telephone Number

Inspector’s Name & Telephone Number

Inspector’s Signature

Organization’s Representative’s Signature
(Accompanied Inspector)

Organization’s Director or Commander

Remarks:




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  FIELD INSPECTION CHECKLIST

    ITEM #     ASSESSMENT TOPIC /
               REGULATORY ISSUE            CITATION                                         REVIEWER CHECKS                                            C   NC   FINDING
  General
     GM 1     Communication                               Ensure units own the training areas and have the capacity to contact
                                                          Range Control at FM 36.60 or FM 43.05, or 239-4281.
  Natural Resources
     NR 1     Trash Receptacles           FR Reg. 385- Does the organization properly collect and dispose of its solid waste?
                                          12-5-31      Are containers leak proof (plastic bags) and transported daily to the rear area?
                                                          Are recyclables separated and placed at the appropriate recycle points?
                                                          Do food service personnel recycle metal cans?
     NR 2     Off Limit Areas             FR Reg. 385- Is the organization avoiding training in posted off limits areas?
                                          12-5-20e     Has the unit been briefed on off limit areas and has the ITAM Office been notified at
                                                          239-8733?
                                                          Does the unit have a map showing off limit areas?
     NR 3     Off Limit Areas             Endangered      Are units operating vehicles within 50 feet any stream? (Except at
                                          Species         hardened stream crossings.)
                                          Management
                                          Plan
     NR 4     Erosion Control             AR 200-         A protective vegetative cover or other measures will be used to
                                          3,para 2-15     control dust and erosion damage to land.
                                          and FR 385-     Verify erosion control measures are being implemented.
                                          12, 5-25 and    Verify units have obtained approval from Range Control prior to excavating.
                                          5-27            Verify that excavations (e.g., for fighting positions, latrines, etc.) are filled in, and
                                          (NR.10.7.A)     done in such a way that they can be reseeded/reclaimed.
                                                          Verify that vehicles observe regulations on neutral-steer turns, limited-use or
                                                          restricted areas.
                                                          Verify that vehicles do not damage the ground cover (including trees).
     NR 5     Vegetation               FR 385-12, 5-      Is the organization avoiding the use of live vegetation for camouflage?
                                       27c                Vegetation that is already fallen can be used.
     NR 6     Hardened Stream Crossing FR 385-12, 5-      Are vehicles using the hard crossings that have been established on
                                       27g                roads and streams in the training areas?
                                                          Is there any evidence that the unit has been fording streams, (e.g., damaging the
                                                          banks of streams, getting vehicles stuck in stream beds, etc).
                                                          NOTE: Encourage the use of stream crossings and tank trails when not battling.
     NR 7     Maneuver Damage             FR 385-12, 5- Is the organization avoiding the use of tactics that would cause
                                          27a           excessive maneuver damage (e.g., lock tread turns, etc.)?
                                                        Units should report areas of excessive damage to Range Control or ITAM.
                                                          At the conclusion of every field training event, environmental damage control teams
                                                          must assess damage and take prompt corrective actions.
     NR 8     Maneuver Damage             FR 385-12, 5- Is the organization filling in and reseeding any areas where they have
                                          25d           conducted earthwork training (tank emplacements, etc.) prior to
                                                        clearing the training area?
                                                          Are engineer assets properly coordinated so they fill in areas after the maneuver unit
                                                          leaves?
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    ITEM #     ASSESSMENT TOPIC /
                REGULATORY ISSUE   CITATION                               REVIEWER CHECKS                                                        C   NC   FINDING
     NR 9     Fire Prevention     FR 385-12, Is the organization taking steps to prevent fires?
                                  5-29       Have units confirmed with Range Control that no pyrotechnics bans are in place
                                                      prior to using pyrotechnics?
                                                      Is fire fighting equipment on hand (shovels, fire extinguishers, etc.)?
                                                      Are they complying with open fire prohibition?
                                                      Warming fires must be in 55-gallon drums and only approved heaters and
                                                      mess fires are allowed.
                                                      Have flammable materials been removed from the area of the fires?
                                                      Is powder being burnt IAW guidelines in FR 385-12, Chapter 8?
                                                      Are they prepared to report any range fires to Range Control? (FM 36.60 or FM
                                                      43.05, or 239-4281.)
  Spills
     SP 1     General Spills             FR Reg.     Ensure a copy of the ISCP/SPCCP is brought to the field and used in
                                         385-12-5-28 the event of a spill.
                                                      Does the unit clean up spills when they occur?
                                                      Does the unit notify Range Control at FM 36.60or FM 43.03, or at 239-4281,
                                                      immediately after any spill greater than 5 gallons or when any hazardous substance
                                                      enters a waterway?
                                                      Has spilled material and/or contaminated soil been completely removed, bagged,
                                                      and transported to appropriate disposal facility?
                                                      Has the area been restored to pristine condition, i.e., leveling, reseeding?
                                                      Ensure all maintenance and fuel handling personnel are trained in the use of PPE
                                                      found in the spill kit and materials used to contain leaks.
  Hazardous Materials
     HM 1     Storage Area                            Are HM storage areas marked?
     HM 2     Fire Extinguisher              Is a serviceable fire extinguisher present at the HM storage area?
     HM 3     MSDSs                          Are Material Safety Data Sheets for any HM in the field present?
  Hazardous Waste, Universal Waste and Controlled Materials
   HW 1 Hazardous Waste (HW), 40 CFR         Are HW, UW and CM being handled correctly?
          Universal Waste (UW)  262.34(a)(1) Are all containers of HW, UW and CM properly marked?
              and Controlled Materials   and          Are HW, UW and CM stored in separate containers?
              (CM)                       265.173      Are all containers sealed unless waste or material is being added?
                                         (HW.70.4)    Do containers of HW, UW and CM have secondary containment?
  Cultural Resources
     CR 1     Cultural Resources         AR 200-4     Has the unit encountered or recovered any cultural resources? If so,
                                                      have they notified Range Control at FM 36.60 or Environmental Division
                                                      at 239-3976?
                                                      Any work within a 100 ft radius of the site will be halted.
                                                      Cultural resources include pottery, arrow heads, bones, bricks, bottles, license plates
                                                      and any old spent ammo casings.




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                                           APPENDIX R


                CONSTRUCTION STORMWATER INSPECTION CHECKLIST

                            STORMWATER INSPECTION CHECKLIST

                      SEDIMENTATION BASIN INSPECTION CHECKLIST




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               CONSTRUCTION STORMWATER CHECKLIST

Date: __________________________

Project Name: ___________________________________________

Contact(s): _______________________________________ Phone #: ________________

Signature:      _____________________________________________

Inspector(s): _______________________________________ Phone #: ________________

Signature:      _____________________________________________


                                                                            YES   NO   N/A

1. Is there a signed copy of the stormwater plan on site containing:

    a.    Pollution prevention team                                         []    []   []
    b.   Description of potential pollutant material                        []    []   []
    c.   Contour map with controls                                          []    []   []
    d.   Inventory of exposed material                                      []    []   []
    e.   Sampling data                                                      []    []   []
    f.   Risk identification and summary of potential pollutant sources     []    []   []

2. Notice of Intent                Date:________________                    []    []   []

3. Permit issued by KDHE                                                    []    []   []

4. Contractors Certification Form                                           []    []   []

5. Notice of Termination            Date:________________                   []    []   []

6. Has inspection been conducted and documented every 7 days?               []    []   []

7. Has inspection been conducted and documented within 24 hours
   of a rainfall event?                                                     []    []   []

8. Is there an effective means of run off control?                          []    []   []

    a. Minimize clearing
       (1) Grade/shape land                                                 []    []   []
       (2) Permanent diversion                                              []    []   []
       (3) Preservation of natural vegetation                               []    []   []
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                                                                            YES   NO   N/A


    b. Stabilize drainage
       (1) Dams                                                             []    []   []
       (2) Compost filter berms                                             []    []   []
       (3) Grass-lined                                                      []    []   []
       (4) Rip rap                                                          []    []   []
       (5) Compost filter socks                                             []    []   []

9. Is there an effective means of Erosion Control?                          []    []   []

    a. Stabilize exposed soil
       (1) Compost blanket                                                  []    []   []
       (2) Mulching                                                         []    []   []
       (3) Seeding/sodding                                                  []    []   []

    b. Protect steep slopes
       (1) Textiles                                                         []    []   []
       (2) Gradient terraces                                                []    []   []
       (3) Dozer tracking                                                   []    []   []
       (4) Temporary drains                                                 []    []   []

    c. Protect waterways
       (1) Temporary stream crossing                                        []    []   []
       (2) Vegetation buffer                                                []    []   []

10. Is there an effective means of Sediment Control?                        []    []   []

    a. Perimeter controls
       (1) Temporary diversion dikes                                        []    []   []
       (2) Silt fences                                                      []    []   []
       (3) Wind fences                                                      []    []   []

    b. Sediment trapping devices
       (1) Sediment basins rock dams                                        []    []   []
       (2) Sediment traps                                                   []    []   []
       (3) Sediment filters                                                 []    []   []

    c. Inlet protection                                                     []    []   []

11. Are all of the above controls being maintained properly?                []    []   []

12. Is good housekeeping being observed?                                    []    []   []

13. Is there any evidence of spills?                                        []    []   []



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                   STORMWATER INSPECTION CHECKLIST

INSPECTION DATE:                                                            TIME:

FACILITY NAME:

INSPECTOR:

PHONE NUMBER:

                                                                                    YES   NO   N/A
1. Were all outfalls inspected (reference Site Assessment and Site
   Map)?

2. Was there any evidence of Non-Stormwater Discharge (NSWDs)
   (see Definitions)? If yes, contact the Stormwater Coordinator,
   Environmental Division, DPW, at 239-8491.

3. Was there any evidence of contamination?

             Obvious surface contamination (oily residue, solids,
             foam, surface sheen, discoloration, etc)
             Stressed vegetation (obvious discoloration of plants,
             dead plants, etc.)
             Unusual odors

4. Were Best Management Practices (BMPs), Basewide Best
   Management Practices (BBMP), and Advanced Best Management
   Practices (ABMPs) reviewed for compliance with the site
   Assessment?

5, Were any new BMPs and/or ABMPs identified? If yes, list in
   comments section with reference to Stormwater Inspection Checklist
   #5.

6. Are structural measures used as BMPs fully functional and in good
   operating order (reference Site Assessment)? If no, describe the
   problem in the comments section and note date the Stormwater
   Coordinator, Environmental Division, DPW, was contacted to
   correct the problem below:

   Date:




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   7. Are vehicles properly maintained to prevent stormwater pollution?
      Basis of assessment is:

          a) Visual observation (note indicators such as damage, leaks
           etc.
        _________________________________________________
        _________________________________________________

        b) Are vehicle maintenance records required (note if records
           are current?
        __________________________________________________

   8. Is a training record or a report available that summarizes the type
   of training provided for stormwater pollution prevention, the dates the
   training was presented, and the names of personnel receiving
   instruction?

   Location of records: ________________________________________

   9. Has annual compliance monitoring (sampling been coordinated
   with the Stormwater Coordinator, Environmental Division, DPW
   (applicable only one the MSGP has been issued)?


   COMMENTS:__________________________________________________________
   _____________________________________________________________________
   _____________________________________________________________________
   _____________________________________________________________________
   _____________________________________________________________________
   _____________________________________________________________________
   _____________________________________________________________________
   _____________________________________________________________________
   _____________________________________________________________________
   _____________________________________________________________________
   _____________________________________________________________________
   _____________________________________________________________________
   _____________________________________________________________________
   _____________________________________________________________________
   _____________________________________________________________________
   _____________________________________________________________________
   _____________________________________________________________________
   _____________________________________________________________________
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                   SEDIMENTATION BASIN INSPECTION CHECKLIST
Date:                                                  Weather:
Inspector:

              Area/Inspection Item                       Cell A Cell B                              If Yes, Then:
                                                        Y N NA Y N NA
                       Basins
 1) Is the grass above 3”?                                                           Mow grass
 2) Does the basin contain trash/debris?
                                                                                     Collect trash and place in garbage
 3) Does the basin contain dead                                                      Contact Environmental Division, DPW
 birds/animals?
 4) Is there excessive sediment accumulation
 in the influent collection structure?                                               Call in SO to have sediment removed
                Oil Accumulation                          Closed          Open
 5) Is there oil present in the basin?                                               Indicate where on a diagram
 6) Is there oil present between the baffles?                                        1. Indicate where on a diagram, indicate
                                                                                     light or heavy sheen, and
                                                                                     2. Move rope skimmer between baffles,
                                                                                     or
                                                                                     3. Place oil absorbent socks/pads
                                                                                     between baffles.
 7) Is there oil beyond the second baffle?                                           1. Collect oil with socks/pads
                                                                                     2. Contact Environmental Division, DPW
   Control Panel/AST/Containment Pad
 8) Does oil skimmer come on when switch is                                          If “no”, is tank >95% full? If “no” call in
 turned from “OFF” to “HAND”?                                                        SO
 9) Does oil skimmer come on and turn off
 after 5 minutes when switch is turned to
 “AUTO”?                                                                             If “no” call in SO
 10) Physically gauge the oil storage tank and
 record the level.                                                                   Contact Environmental Division, DPW for
 Is oil level at 75% or more?                                                        oil removal
 11) Is “90% Full” light on when tank is 90%
 full?                                                                               If “no” call in SO
 12) Does the AST containment pad have oil or                                        Remove debris from drain screen, remove
 water accumulation?                                                                 oil with socks/pads
                    Oil Skimmer
 13) Does the oil sludge pan or oil flow spout
 have an accumulation of grass/debris?
                                                                                     Remove debris and place in garbage
                       Baffles
 14) Do the baffles show signs of wear/cracks?                                       Purchase replacement baffles

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                                           APPENDIX S


                INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILLING OUT THE DD FORM 1348-1A




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                                              APPENDIX S
             INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING DD FORM 1348-1A
(The “NOTE” refers to the placement of the “ELEMENT” on the 1348-1A.)
(Items in BOLD must be used.) (Items in Italics indicate a signature or date is required.)
An example 1348-1A has been completed with NOTES “a” “b” “c”, etc.

 NOTE                                        ELEMENT                                   LOCATION ON DD
                                                                                        FORM 1348-1A
    a       LB = Pounds                                                                   RP 23/24

    b       Each Organization must provide their own Billing DODAAC                       RP 45/50


    c       Each Organization must provide their own Fund Code                            RP 52/53

            Disposal Authority Code, Use N = Not Required
            Critical FSGs/FSCs (See Attachment) require an Annual Inert Statement
    d                                                                                     RP 60/61
            IACH Histology Lab Waste and Bee Sting Kits require an Annual Non-
            Biohazard Certificate


    e       Demilitarization Code, For most wastes, Use A = Demil Not Required            RP 65/66
            Critical FSGs/FSCs will have other Demil Codes (See Attachment)

    f       Supply Condition Code, Use H = Unserviceable                                    RP71


    g       Generator Ship from Address                                                    Block 2


            DRMO Ship to Address,
    h       DRMO                                                                           Block 3
            BLDG 1950
            Ft Riley, KS 66442

            Identify Hazardous Property as Hazardous Material (HM), Hazardous Waste
    i                                                                                      Block 4
            (HW), Universal Waste (UW), or as Controlled Material (CM)


            EPA Hazard Codes assigned by the Environmental Division, DPW for Excess
    j                                                                                      Block 16
            Materials, or from the Profile Sheet for Process Waste


    k       Name on the MSDS or Container for Excess Material, or Profile Sheet Name       Block 17
            from EMP, Appendix D for Process Waste


            Type and Size of Outer Container
    l                                                                                      Block 18
            (See Attachment for Guidance on Container Type)


   m        Number of Outer Containers                                                     Block 19




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                                                                                         LOCATION ON DD
 NOTE                                        ELEMENT
                                                                                          FORM 1348-1A


    n       Total Weight measured by DRMO                                                    Block 20



    o       DRMO Acceptance Signature                                                        Block 22



    p       DRMO Acceptance Date                                                             Block 23


            Turn-In Document Number (from Supply)
    q       Name of Environmental Team Leader and Telephone Number                           Block 24
            ETL Signature and Date


            NSN & NIIN for Excess Materials, or
    r       LSN for Process Waste (See Attachment)                                           Block 25
            Critical FSG/FSC Waste must also have NSN & NIIN (See Attachment)


            Waste and Container Certification
    s                                                                                        Block 26
            Critical FSG/FSC Waste must also have a Demil Certificate (See Attachment)

            Number, Size and Type Size of Inner Packagings in Overpacked Containers
    t                                                                                        Block 26
            For Single Containers List “None”


            Contract Line Item Number (CLIN) and Unit Disposal Cost:
    u       Environmental Division, DPW will fill in the CLIN and Cost Data                  Block 27
            Environmental Division, DPW Representative Approval Signature and Date


            MSDS Serial Number from MSDS for Excess Material, or
            Profile Sheet Number from EMP, Appendix D for Process Waste
    v                                                                                        Block 27
            (Please note that some Excess Materials like Oil Based Paints are grouped
            together under a Profile Sheet)


    w       Container Number or Other Identification                                         Block 27


            This block is reserved for DRMO to record DRMS Tracking Numbers, Storage
    x                                                                                        Block 27
            Location and Delivery Order Information




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Block 18               GUIDANCE ON CONTAINER TYPE
             CH        Closed-Head
             OH        Open-Head

             DM        Metal Drums
             DF        Cardboard or Plastic Drums
             CY        Cylinders
             CM        Metal Boxes (including Roll-Offs)
             CW        Wooden Boxes
             CF        Cardboard or Plastic Boxes
             BA        Burlap or Plastic Bags

Block 25     LSN FOR PROCESS WASTE
     1365    00     SMOKE                                 Screening Smokes
     1375    00     DEMOLITION                            Demolition Materials
     4230    00     DECON                                 Decontaminating Equipment
     4240    00     SAFETY                                Safety and Rescue Equipment
     5180    00     KITS                                  Sets, Kits and Outfits of Hand Tools
     5910    00     CAPACITORS                            Capacitors
     5855    00     VISION                                Night Vision Equipment
     5930    00     SWITCHES                              Switches, Thermostatic
     6120    00     TRANS                                 Transformers
     6135    00     BATTERY                               Non-Rechargeable Batteries
     6140    00     BATTERY                               Rechargeable Batteries
     6240    00     LAMPS                                 Electric Lamps
     6250    00     BALLAST                               Ballasts, Lampholders and Starters
     6505    00     DRUGS                                 Drugs and Biologicals
     6520    00     AMALGAM                               Dental Amalgam
     6630    00     CHEMANAL                              Chemical Analysis Instruments
     6640    00     LAB                                   Laboratory Equipment and Supplies
     6550    00     TEST KIT                              Test Kits and Sets for Medical Labs
     6665    00     NBC/CDE                               Hazard Detecting Equipment
     6685    00     INSTRUMENTS                           Instruments, Pressure, Temperature and Humidity
     6750    00     PHOTO                                 Photographic Waste
     6810    00     WASTE                                 Chemicals
     6830    00     GASES                                 Gases: Compressed and Liquefied
     6840    00     PEST                                  Pesticides, Herbicides and Rodenticides
     6850    00     WASTE                                 Miscellaneous Chemical Specialties
     7930    00     CLEAN                                 Cleaning, Polishing Compounds and Preparations
     8010    00     PAINT                                 Paints, Dopes, Varnishes and Related Products
     8030    00     PRESERVE                              Preservative and Sealing Compounds
     8040    00     ADHESIVE                              Adhesives
     8970    00     FOODPKG                               Composite Food Packages
     9110    00     FUEL                                  Fuels, Solid
     9130    00     FUEL                                  Fuels and Propellants, Liquid, Petroleum Based
     9135    00     FUEL                                  Fuels and Propellants, Liquid, Oxidizers and Chemical
     9140    00     FUEL                                  Fuel Oils
     9150    00     POLS                                  Cutting, Lubricating and Hydraulic
     9160    00     WASTE                                 Miscellaneous Waxes, Oils and Fuels
     9999    00     SPECSVS                               Special Services




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RP 65/66              CRITICAL FSGs/FSCs

FSGs                              10            11           12             13           14

FSCs                            1560         2305         3960         4230          5810      6615      8470
                                1670         2330                      4470          5811      6920      8475
                                1710         2350                      4291          5821      6930
                                1720         2840                      4293          5825      6940
                                1810         2845                      4295          5826
                                1820         2915                      4297          5840
                                1830                                   4931          5841
                                1840                                   4933          5845
                                1905                                   4935          5850
                                                                       4960          5855
                                                                                     5860
                                                                                     5865
                                                                                     5963
                                                                                     5985
                                                                                     5998
                                                                                     5999


DEMIL BUZZ WORDS TO LOOK FOR:

Ablative                               Electronic                                Modulator
Accelerometer                              Countermeasures (ECM)                 Night Sight(ing)
Aiming Device                          Electronic Warfare (EW)                   Oscillator
Amphibious                             Electro-Optical                           Particle Beam
Antenna                                Encoder                                   Periscope
Armor                                  Equilibrator                              Radar
Armor Plate                            Fire Control                              Range Finder
Astro Compass                          Frequency Generator                       Receiver
Beacon                                 Gunsighting                               Research and Development (R&D)
Bomb(ing)                              Gyro                                      Scope
Blasting Cap (Demil Code G)            Height Finder                             Sight
Breech                                 IFF (Indication Friend or Foe)            Smoke Pots (Demil Code G)
Carriage                               Image Intensifier (Demil Code F)          Sonar
Cathode Ray                            Inertial (Guidance/Platform)              Spotting Device
Chaff                                  Infrared                                  Spryton
Classified                             Interception                              Star Tracker
Cold Cathode                           Klystron                                  Synchronizer
Countermeasures                        Krytron                                   Target Control
Crypto                                 Laser                                     Telescopic
Cryptographic                          Launcher                                  Tempest
Decoder                                Linker/Delinker                           Transmitter
Doppler                                Magnetron                                 Traveling Wave Tube
Ejector                                Maser                                     Waveguide
Electromagnetic-Pulse                  Metal Embrittling

                                                            (Items in bold have been turned-in to DRMO-Riley)

                                                                       Adapted for DRMS Form 1995-1, Oct 97




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                                            APPENDIX T



                 PERMITTED SITES INSPECTION CHECKLISTS




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                         YARD WASTE COMPOSTING FACILITY
                              INSPECTION CHECKLIST
 GENERAL

Permit #:                                                               Date:

Facility Name:                                                          Phone #:

Contact(s):

Inspector(s):                                                               Phone #:

  BOUNDRY CONTROL
                                                                                       YES   NO    N/A
1. Is the perimeter controlled for litter? (K.A.R. 28-29-25b(b)(2))                    []     []    []

 FACILITY OPERATIONS
                                                                                       YES   NO    N/A
2. Is permit current? (K.A.R. 28-29-84(a))                                             []     []    []

    (a) Are proper reporting forms submitted?                                          []    []    []
         (K.A.R. 28-29-84(a)(1))

3. Are on site roads negotiable? (K.A.R. 28-29-25(a)(2)(C))                            []    []    []

4. Does the facility take steps to minimize odors?                                     []    []    []
   (K.A.R. 28-29-25b(b)(1))

5. Are disease vectors, dust, litter and noise controlled?                             []    []    []
   (K.A.R. 28-29-25b(b)(2))

6. Is the incoming waste segregated from finished compost?
   (K.A.R. 28-29-25b(b)(3))                                                            []    []    []

7. Is the public informed of unacceptable compost waste?
   (K.A.R. 28-29-25b(b)(4))                                                            []    []    []

8. Has processing of incoming waste begun within one week of receipt?
   (K.S.A. 28-29-25b(b)(5))                                                            []    []    []

9. Has finished compost been removed within 18 months of completion of the
   composting process? (K.A.R. 28-29-25b(b)(6))                                        []    []    []

10. Arrangement made for local fire service or alternative?                            []    []    []
    (K.A.R. 28-29-23(i))

11. Open burning exemption current and conformed with?                                 []    []    []
    (K.A.R. 28-29-23(g))




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                         YARD WASTE COMPOSTING FACILITY
                              INSPECTION CHECKLIST
FACILITY DESIGN
                                                                                    YES   NO   N/A
12. Is storm water run-on prevented from entering all areas by use of berms or
    other physical barriers? (K.A.R. 28-29-25b(a)(1)(A))                            []    []    []

13. Does the facility maintain the site so as not to cause discharge of pollutants
    in waters of the state, in accordance with K.S.A. 65-164 and amendments
     thereto? (K.A.R. 28-29-25b(a)(1)(B))                                          []     []    []

14. Is composting area graded to prevent ponding of liquids?
    (K.A.R. 28-29-25b(a)(1)(C))                                                     []    []    []

15. Is the surface of the composting area able to support facility equipment?
    (K.A.R. 28-29-25b(a)(1)(D))                                                     []    []    []

16. Does the facility have a sign containing:
    (a) Name (K.A.R. 28-29-25b(a)(2)(A)(i))                                         []    []    []
    (b) Permit number (K.A.R. 28-29-25b(a)(2)(A)(ii))                               []    []    []
    (c) Site hours (K.A.R. 28-29-25b(a)(2)(A)(iii))                                 []    []    []
    (d) Traffic flow (K.A.R. 28-29-25b(a)(2)(A)(iv))                                []    []    []
    (e) List of composting material accepted                                        []    []    []
         (K.A.R. 28-29-25b(a)(2)(A)(v))
    (f) Emergency contact name and number                                           []    []    []
         (K.A.R. 28-29-25b(a)(2)(A)(vi))
17. Is site access controlled for unauthorized dumping?
         (K.A.R. 28-29-25b(a)(2)(A)(i))                                             []    []    []

18. Facility capacity:

    (a) Does the facility have the capacity to store incoming materials waiting
        to be processed? (K.A.R. 28-29-25b(a)(3)(A))                                []    []    []

    (b) Does the facility have the capacity to store materials being processed?
        (K.A.R. 28-29-25b(a)(3)(A))                                                 []    []    []

    (c) Does the facility have the capacity to store the finished compost?
        (K.A.R. 28-29-25b(a)(3)(A))                                                 []    []    []

 FACILITY CLOSURE
                                                                                    YES   NO    N/A
19. Does the facility anticipate closure within the next 60 days?
    (K.A.R. 28-29-25b(c))                                                           []    []    []

20. Has the facility removed all materials within 6 months of the last receipt of
    compostable material? (K.A.R. 28-29-25b(c)(2))                                  []    []    []

Comments:




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       PETROLEUM, OIL & LUBRICANT SOIL LANDFARM FACILITY
                     INSPECTION CHECKLIST

 GENERAL
Permit # :                                                      Date:

Facility Name:                                                   Phone #:

Contact(s):

Inspector(s):                                                   Phone #:

  BOUNDRY CONTROL
                                                                                          YES   NO    N/A
1. Is access restricted to prevent unauthorized entry at all times?
   (K.A.R. 28-29-23(j))                                                                   []    []    []

2. Is a permanent sign posted at the entrance which lists the hours of operation?
   (K.A.R. 28-29-23(k))                                                          []             []    []

  OPERATIONS
                                                                                         YES    NO    N/A
3. Is permit current? (K.S.A. 65-3407)                                                    []     []    []

4. Is non-approved waste found in the disposal cell?                                      []    []    []
   (K.S.A. 65-3409(a)(3))

5. Are on site-roads negotiable? (K.A.R. 28-29-23(e))                                     []    []    []

6. Does the facility have records of volume or tonnage of solid wastes received,
   land area used, population served, or other information required by the permit?
   (K.A.R. 28-29-23(f)                                                           []             []    []

7. Is two-way communication available at the facility?                                    []    []    []
   (K.A.R. 28-29-23(h))

8. Is fire protection equipment available or have suitable arrangements been
   made with a local fire department? (K.A.R. 28-29-23(i))                                []    []    []

9. Is an attendant on duty during hours of operations?                                    []    []    []
   (K.A.R. 28-29-23(j))

10. If salvaging is occurring at the facility, is the facility designed for the activities
    and is it conducted in a way to prevent interference with prompt, sanitary
    disposal of solid wastes, and in a way that does not create a nuisance?
    (K.A.R. 28-29-23(l))                                                                   []   []    []

11. Is the facility following the operational safety program approved by KDHE
    and is training currently provided to employees on that program?
    (K.A.R. 28-29-23(m))                                                                  []    []    []

12. Is the facility operated to prevent the harborage or breeding of insects or
    rodents? (K.A.R. 28-29-23(n))                                                         []    []    []


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13. Is blowing litter and dust controlled to reduce odors and nuisance conditions?
    (K.A.R. 28-29-23(o))                                                           []     []   []

14. Are run-on and run-off controls in place to reduce the amount of water entering
    and leaving the disposal cell? (K.A.R. 28-29-23(q))                           []      []   []

15. If the facility has special permit conditions, are they being met?
    (K.S.A. 65-3409)                                                                 []   []   []

16. If the facility has cover requirements specified in their permit, are they being
    met? (K.S.A. 65-3409)                                                            []   []   []

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 SOLID WASTE PROCESSING FACILITY (OIL & FUEL FILTER CRUSHERS)
                   INSPECTION CHECKLIST

 GENERAL
Permit # :                                                                 Date:

Facility Name:                                                              Phone # :

Contact(s):

Inspector(s):                                                              Phone # :

  SUBPART C USED OIL GENERATOR COMPLIANCE INSPECTION
                                                Off-Spec Used Oil           On-Spec Used Oil     Oil Filters
 Types of Oils: (i.e. motor oil, cooling
 oil, cutting oil, compressor oil)
 Amount generated per month:
 Amount received from off-site sources:
 Amount presently in storage:
 Accumulation time:
 Present disposal methods:
 Name of UO Transporter

 OPERATIONS
                                                                                        YES    NO      N/A
17. Is permit current? (K.S.A. 65-3407)                                                 []      []      []

18. If the generator mixes hazardous waste with used oil without
    managing the Mixture as hazardous waste, does the facility fall
    under the SQG exemption? (K.A.R. 28-31-4(p))                                        []     []       []

19. If the generator stores used oil on-site:

    a. Is the storage unit(s) in good condition? (K.A.R. 28-31-16)                      []     []       []
    b. Is the storage unit(s) free from leaks? (K.A.R. 28-31-16)                        []     []       []
    c.   Is the storage unit(s) and or fill pipe(s) clearly labeled with
    the words” USED OIL?” (K.A.R. 28-31-16) (If storage unit(s)
    are labeled “Waste Oil”, simply make a comment that they
    should be re-labeled “Used Oil”)                                                    []     []       []

20. If there has been a release of Used Oil:

    a. Was the leak stopped? (K.A.R. 28-31-16)                                          []     []       []
    b. Was the release contained? (K.A.R. 28-31-16)                                     []     []       []
    c.   Was the release cleaned-up and managed properly?                               []     []       []
         (K.A.R. 28-31-16)
    d. If necessary, was the storage unit repaired or replaced?                         []     []       []
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                   INSPECTION CHECKLIST
                                                                                     YES     NO   N/A

21. If the generator burns oil on-site:
    a. Does the generator burn only used oil that the generator/operators
         generates or used oil received from household do-it-yourself used oil
         generators, or used oil from and source that has been determined to
         be on-spec? (K.A.R. 28-31-16)                                               []      []   []

    b. Does the space heater designed to have a maximum capacity of not more
       than 0.5 million Btu per hour? (K.A.R. 28-31-16)                     []               []   []

    c.   Are combustion gases from the space heater vented to the ambient air?
         (K.A.R. 28-31-16)                                                     []            []   []

22. If the generator self-transports used oil to an approved collection site or to
    an aggregate collection site owned by the generator:

    a. Does the generator transport used oil in a vehicle owned by the generator
       or an employee of the generator? (K.A.R. 28-31-16)                       []           []   []

    b. Does the generator transport no more than 55 gallons of used oil at
       any time? (K.A.R. 28-31-16)                                                   []      []   []

NOTE: IF „NO‟ TO QUESTION 5a OR 5b, COMPLETE USED OIL TRANSPORTER CHECKLIST.

23. If the generator has their used oil reclaimed under a tolling (contractual) agreement:

    a. Does the tolling (contractual) agreement indicate the type of used oil and
       frequency of shipments? (K.A.R. 28-31-16)                                  []         []   []

    b. Is the vehicle used to transport the used oil to the processing/refining
       Facility and to deliver recycled used oil back to the
       generator owned and operated by the used
       oil processor/refiner? (K.A.R. 28-31-16)                                      []      []   []

    c.   Is reclaimed oil returned to the generator? (K.A.R. 28-31-16)               []      []   []

24. Does the generator use a used oil transporter who is registered in Kansas?
    (K.A.R. 28-31-16)                                                                []      []   []

    Name of transporter:

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                  INDUSTRIAL, DEMOLITION OR CONSTRUCTION
                            LANDFILL CHECKLIST

 INSPECTION DATE/TIME:

Permit #:                                            Date:

Facility Name:                                                Phone #:

Contact(s):

Inspector:                                                                  Phone #:


 BOUNDRY CONTROL

                                                                                       YES   NO    N/A
    1. Is access restricted to prevent unauthorized                                    []     []    []
       entry at all times? (K.A.R. 28-29-23(j)).


 OPERATIONS

                                                                                       YES   NO    N/A
    2. Is permit current? (K.S.A. 65-3407)                                             []     []    []

    3. Are on site roads negotiable? (K.A.R. 28-29-23(e))                              []    []    []

    4. Is an attendant on duty during hours of operation?                              []    []    []
       (K.A.R. 28-29-23(j))

    5. Is spreading and compaction of refuse satisfactory?                             []    []    []
       (Operation Plan)

    6. Is the application of final cover satisfactory? (Closure Plan)                  []    []    []

    7. Is fire protection equipment available? (K.A.R. 28-29-23(i))                    []    []    []
       Date equipment was last inspected?

    8. Are garbage, tires or other non-approved wastes dumped                          []    []    []
       at site? (K.S.A. 65-3402(u))
       If yes, how is it handled?

    9. Is blowing litter control satisfactory? (K.A.R. 28-29-23(o))                    []    []    []

    10. Is site drainage control satisfactory? (K.A.R. 28-29-23(q))                    []    []    []

 SOLID WASTE TIPPING FEE
                                                                                       YES   NO    N/A

    11. Has the facility submitted solid waste reports and                             []    []    []
        remitted the appropriate tonnage fees within the
        designated reporting periods? (K.S.A. 65-3415b)



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    12. What method was used to determine waste tonnage?

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         HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE FACILITY INSPECTION
                         CHECKLIST
 GENERAL
Permit #:                                                     Date:

Facility Name:                                                              Phone #:

Contact(s):

Inspector(s):                                                               Phone #:

 HHW FACILITY DESIGN
                                                                                   YES       NO   NA
1. Are access roads designed and constructed to accommodate
   expected traffic flow in a safe and efficient manner?                               []    []   []
   (K.A.R. 28-29-1101(a))

2. Is the floor or base of each household waste receiving
   area and processing area constructed of concrete or                                 []    []   []
   asphalt? (K.A.R. 28-29-1101(b))

3. Is each storage area for HHW designed and constructed
   with a weather-resistant, permanent roof?                                           []    []   []
   (K.A.R. 28-29-1101(c))

4. Is secondary containment provided for all HHW stored
   for disposal or recycling? (K.A.R. 28-29-1101(d))                                   []    []   []

 FACILITY OPERATIONS – NONHAZARDOUS HOUSEHOLD WASTE (NHHW)

                                                                                       YES   NO   NA
5. Is NHHW placed in the designated area within one week
   after it is received? (K.A.R. 28-29-1102(a)(1)(A))                                  []    []   []

6. Does each NHHW storage container or NHHW storage
   area have a sign or label designating its contents?                                 []    []   []
   (K.A.R. 28-29-1002 (a)(1)(B))

7. Are documented weekly inspections conducted when NHHW
   is present?(K.A.R. 28-29-1102 (a)(1)(C))                                            []    []   []

    (a) Does this inspection assess waste volume and
        container integrity? (K.A.R. 28-29-1102(a)(1)(C))                              []    []   []

    (b) Is the inspection log dated and either signed or initialed
         by the person who conducted the inspection?                                   []    []   []
         (K.A.R. 28-29-1102(a)(1)(C))




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                                                                             YES   NO         NA
8. Is NHHW to be distributed for use, stored in the manufacturer’s
   original container excluding latex paint?
                                                                             []     []        []
    (K.A.R. 28-29-1102(a)(1)(D))

    (a) Is each container labeled, closed and non-leaking?
        (K.A.R. 28-29-1102(a)(1)(D)                                          []     []        []

9. Is NHHW distributed for use in a manner equivalent to its
   originally intended purpose? (K.A.R. 28-29-1102(a)(1)(A))                 []         []    []

  NHHW - DISPOSAL
                                                                             YES    NO        NA
10. Is NHHW disposed in a Municipal Solid Waste Landfill?                     []    []        []

    (a) Is paint or other liquid solidified?
         (K.A.R. 28-29-1102(a)(1)(B)(i))                                     []         []    []

    (b) Is paint or other liquid in the original container and the
        volume of the container is not greater than five
        gallons? (K.A.R. 28-29-1102(a)(2)(b)(ii)                             []    []         []

10. Is NHHW disposed of in a sanitary sewer connected to a
    publicly owned treatment works? (K.A.R. 28-29-1102(a)(2))                []    []         []

    (a) Does the facility maintain a copy of the written authorization
        from the operators of the publicly owned treatment works?
        (K.A.R. 28-29-1102(a)(2)(C)

 FACILITY OPERATIONS – HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE (HHW)
                                                                            YES    NO        NA
12. Is HHW placed in the designated area within one week
    after it is received? (K.A.R. 28-29-1102(b)(1)(A))                       []    []        []

13. Is all HHW, except HHW that will be distributed for use,
    sorted and segregated by DOT hazard class or division?                   []    []        []
    (K.A.R. 28-29-1102(b)(1)(A))

14. Is each HHW, except HHW that will be distributed for use,
    storage container or HHW storage area labeled with the
    appropriate DOT hazard class or division?                                []    []        []
    (K.A.R. 28-29-1102(b)(1)(B))

15. Are all containers that are in direct contact with HHW
    closed, except when adding or removing waste?                            []    []        []
    (K.A.R. 28-29-1102(b)(1)(C))



16. Are documented weekly inspections conducted when

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    HHW is present? (K.A.R. 28-29-1102(b)(1)(D))                            []    []   []

    (a) Does the inspection assess waste volume and
         container integrity? (K.A.R. 28-29-1102(b)(1)(D))                  []    []   []

    (b) Is the log dated and either signed or initialed by the
        person who conducted the inspection?                                []    []   []
        (K.A.R. 28-29-1102(b)(1)(D))


  NHHW - REUSE

                                                                            YES   NO   NA
17. Is HHW to be distributed for use, stored in the
      manufacturer’s original container?                                    []    []   []
      (K.A.R. 28-29-1102-(b)(1)(E))

18. Is each container labeled, closed and non-leaking?
     (K.A.R. 28-29-1102(b)(1)(E))                                           []    []   []

19. Is HHW distributed for use in a manner equivalent
     to its originally intended purpose?                                    []    []   []
     (K.A.R. 28-29-1102-(b)(2)(A))

DISPOSAL

                                                                            YES   NO   NA
20. Does the facility only use a registered hazardous
    waste transporter? (K.A.R. 28-29-1102(b)(2)(B))                         []    []   []

21. Is HHW transferred to a TSD manifested as a
    hazardous waste as described in K.A.R. 28-31-4(d)?                      []    []   []
    (K.A.R. 28-29-1102(b)(2)(C))

Note: replacing “Kansas or EPA generator” with “HHW facility operator” and “hazardous waste”
with “HHW”. (K.A.R. 28-29-1102(b)(2)(C)(i))
                                                                         YES     NO    NA
22. Are applicable hazardous waste codes for each waste
    listed on the manifest? (K.A.R. 28-29-1102(b)(2)(C)(ii))              []     []    []

23. Are Land Disposal Restriction Notices retained for each
    shipment? (K.A.R. 28-29-1102(b)(2)(D))                                  []    []   []

24. Is HHW transferred to TSD’s prepared for transportation
    off-site as specified K.A.R. 28-31-4(e)?                                []    []   []
    (K.A.R. 28-29-1102(b)(2)(E))

Note: When shipped, does the facility mark containers with the words “Hazardous Waste” and
other language required by K.A.R. 28-31-4(e)?




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                         CHECKLIST
                                                                            YES   NO   NA

25. Is quantity of HHW stored at or below the facility’s permitted
    storage capacity? (K.A.R. 28-29-1102(c)                                 []    []   []

26. Is a sign posted at the facility with the following information?
    (K.A.R. 28-29-1102(d))                                                  []    []   []

Note: name of the facility; hours and days of operation; name of the permit holder;
Telephone number of an emergency contact available during non-operating hours; permit number



  TRAINING

                                                                            YES   NO   NA
27. Do all HHW facility managers, employees, and volunteers
    that are responsible for sorting, segregating, or processing
    HHW have a minimum of 24 hours of classroom training
    related to the proper handling of hazardous materials and
    a minimum of eight hours of annual refresher training?
    (K.A.R. 28-29-1102(e))                                                   []   []   []

  HHW REPORTING AND RECORDKEEPING

                                                                            YES   NO   NA

28. Has the facility submitted an annual report?                             []   []   []
    (K.A.R. 28-29-1105(a))

29. Does the facility maintain a copy of the approved design plan,
    closure plan and all modifications to the plans, at the facility
    or at another location designated in the facility operating plan,
    until the facility closes? (K.A.R. 28-29-1105(b))                        []   []   []

30. Does the facility maintain a copy of the approved operating
    plan and all modifications the plan, until the facility closes?          []   []   []
    (K.A.R. 28-29-1105(b))

31. Are the following records maintained at the facility for at least
    three years? (K.A.R. 1105(d))

        Copies of the annual report;                                        []   []   []
        training records;                                                   []   []   []
        bills of lading;                                                    []   []   []
        hazardous waste manifests;                                          []   []   []
        land disposal restriction notifications;                            []   []   []
        weekly inspection records; and                                      []   []   []
        notification of changes to approved design, operations,
         and closure plans.                                                  []   []   []



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         HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE FACILITY INSPECTION
                         CHECKLIST
 HHW MOBILE COLLECTION
                                                                            YES   NO    NA
32. Does the facility transport HHW from a temporary collection
    site or from a satellite HHW facility to a permitted HHW facility?      []    []    []
    (K.A.R. 28-29-1103)

    (a) Is the mobile collection unit clearly marked on both sides
        with the words “Household Hazardous Waste”?                         []    []    []
        (K.A.R. 28-29-1103(a))

    (b) Is all HHW separated by USDOT hazard class or
        division before transport? (K.A.R. 28-29-1103(b))                   []    []    []

    (c) Is HHW lab packed or over-packed in USDOT approved
        containers? (K.A.R. 28-29-1103(c)                                   []    []    []

    (c) Is each container labeled with the appropriate USDOT
        hazard class or division? (K.A.R. 28-29-1103(d))                    []    []    []

    (e) Are all containers closed prior to transport?
        (K.A.R. 28-29-1003(e))                                              []    []    []

    (f) Is a bill of lading describing the USDOT hazard class or
        division and the appropriate quantities of the contents of
        the mobile collection unit carried during each transport
        of HHW? (K.A.R. 28-29-1103(f))                                      []    []    []

  HHW SATELLITE FACILITIES
                                                                            YES   NO    NA
33. Is the satellite facility described in the approved operating
    plan of the permitted HHW facility?                                     []     []   []
    (K.A.R. 28-29-1104(b)(1))

34. Has the owner or operator of the satellite HHW facility
    submitted an operating plan, a facility drawing, and a
    description of any HHW storage cabinets?                                []    []    []
     (K.A.R. 28-29-1104(b)(2))

35. Is a copy of each bill of lading used for transporting HHW to
    the central collection center maintained at the satellite
    HHW facility for a period of three years?                               []    []    []
    (K.A.R. 28-29-1104(b)(3))

36. Is a minimum of two and a maximum of four HHW storage
    cabinets, including at least one for flammables and one
    for corrosives, utilized? (K.A.R. 28-29-1104(c)(1))                     []    []    []

37. Is each storage cabinet designed for the HHW stored in it?
    (K.A.R. 28-29-1104(c)(2))                                               []    []    []

38. Does each storage cabinet have a storage capacity of not
    more than 120 gallons? (K.A.R. 28-29-1104(c)(3))                        []    []    []


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                         CHECKLIST
                                                                            YES   NO   NA

39. Is all HHW segregated and stored within the appropriate
    storage cabinet by the end of the working day?
    (K.A.R. 28-29-1104(c)(4))                                               []    []   []

40. When HHW is present, is a weekly inspection conducted to
    assess waste volume and container integrity?                            []    []   []
    (K.A.R. 28-29-1104(c)(5))

    (a) Are these inspections documented in a log that is dated
        and either signed or initialed by the person who conducted
        the inspection? (K.A.R. 28-29-1104(c)(5))                           []    []   []

41. Are arrangements made to remove HHW within one week after
     the storage capacity has been reached?
    (K.A.R. 28-29-1104(c)(5))                                               []    []   []

    (a) Is HHW stored in HHW storage cabinets removed at least
        once a year? (K.A.R. 28-29-1104(c)(6))                              []    []   []

Comments:




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           PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY (PWS) INSPECTION CHECKLIST
  GENERAL

PWS ID No:                                                         Inspection Date:
PWS Name:
Responsible Person:
Address:                                                                   Phone:
Inspector:
Name:                                                         Title:
Signature:                                                    Date:


  CHEMICAL QUALITY

                          Desired                         Satisfactory            Not Satisfactory
                            Level
Total Hardness            < 400 mg/l                          []                        []
Alkalinity                > 60 mg/l                           []                        []
Chlorides                 < 250 mg/l                          []                        []
Sulfates                  < 250 mg/l                          []                        []
Iron                      < 0.3 mg/l                          []                        []
Manganese                 < 0.05 mg/l                         []                        []
Sodium                    < 100 mg/l                          []                        []

MCLs                      MCL Level

Nitrate                   10 mg/l                             []                        []
VOCs                                                          []                        []
Pesticides/SOC                                                []                        []
Radiological                                                  []                        []
TTHM                      100 ug/l                            []                        []
Metals                                                        []                        []
Lead                      0.05 mg/l                           []                        []
Copper                    1.3 mg/l                            []                        []




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     BACTERIOLOGICAL QUALITY (last 12 months)
                                                          Satisfactory            Not Satisfactory

Samples submitted on time?                                    []                  []
Required number of samples submitted?                         []                  []
Coliform indicated in any samples?                            []                  []
 If so, number of times:
Proper public notice, if required?                            []                  []


     QUALITY

Yes      No      Marginal
[]       []      []                Does the utility have an emergency water rationing ordinance or drought
                                   contingency plan? (Not required, but desirable).
[]       []      []                Does the utility have a water conservation plan?
[]       []      []                Has the utility had to ration water in the last five years?
[]       []      []                Is source adequate to supply needs?
[]       []      []                Is treatment capacity adequate? [ ] N/A
[]       []      []                Is the distribution system adequate to supply drinking
                                   water needs and pressures, excluding fire protection?
[]       []      []                Does the utility have a leak detection program?
[]       []      []                Does the distribution system have customer meters?
[]       []      []                Is there a program for meter inspection, testing, or replacement?
[]       []      []                Is the water loss in the preceding year less than 15%?
[]       []      []                Are master meters provided?
[]       []      []                Could the system meet demand in summer months if one well or high
                                   service pump was taken out of service?

Comments:




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          PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY (PWS) INSPECTION CHECKLIST
 WELLS

No. of Wells:                      Active:                    Inoperative/standby:


 WELL NUMBER                                 1    2       3      4      5    6       7   8      9      10
 Are all wells vented?
 Are all wells sealed?
 Do any of the wells have oil lube
 system?
 Are there openings in pump
 motor base?
 Are vents and relief valves
 screened?
 Is condition of well slab
 acceptable?
 Are wells adequately
 constructed?
 Is drainage around the wells
 adequate?
 Are wells adequately located with
 respect to pollution sources?
 Have the wells ever been
 flooded?

Comments (explain "no" answers):




DISINFECTION


General

Yes     No
[]      []                Does each well or entry point have a sample tap?
[]      []                Is the sampling tap properly located?
[]      []                Is an adequate chlorine residual test kit available?
[]      []                Is chlorination adequate?


Hypochlorination

Yes     No
[]      []                Did the hypochlorinator function satisfactorily on the date of the survey?
[]      []                Are spare parts provided?
[]      []                Is a spare hypochlorinator on hand?




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Gas Chlorination

Yes     No
[]      []                Is a separate room with outside access provided for gas chlorination equipment?
[]      []                Has a vent fan with intake at floor level been provided?
[]      []                Are scales provided?
[]      []                Are safety restraints for cylinders in use and in storage?
[]      []                Is personal protective gear adequate?
[]      []                Is a spare chlorinator available?
[]      []                Are spare parts available, properly stored, and accessible?
[]      []                Are warning signs properly posted?
[]      []                Is a bottle of ammonia present for leak detection?
[]      []                Is the operator familiar with the necessary safety procedures for handling
                          chlorine gas?
[]      []                Have local authorities been notified of reportable quantities of chlorine?

Comments on Chlorination:




TREATMENT

Surface Water:

Yes     No
[]      []                Algae control measures?
[]      []                Is treatment capacity adequate to meet peak demand?

Turbidimeter Information:

                 Make:                        Model:
                 Type:




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TREATMENT (continued)

Yes      No
[]       []                 Is there a backup turbidimeter?
[]       []                 Are there sampling taps on all filter effluent lines?
[]       []                 Are there filter effluent turbidimeters?

How often is turbidimeter calibrated to secondary standards?
How often are primary standards used to check secondary standards?
What type of primary standard is used? Formazin:                                NPS:
Comments on turbidity and turbidity measurements:

Filters:
Filter Condition:

Yes      No
[]       []                 Mud balls?
[]       []                 Loss of media?
[]       []                 Surface wash?
[]       []                 Cracking?
[]       []                 Filter growth?
[]       []                 Filter controls OK?

Rates:

Filter Rate:                         Number of Filters:
Backwash Rate:                       How Often BW Rate Cal.:
Criteria for Backwash:

Comments:




Chemical Feed (on date of inspection)

Yes      No         Feed Rates       Chemical Substance
[]       []                                Alum
[]       []                                Lime
[]       []                                Soda Ash
[]       []                                Potassium Permanganate
[]       []                                P.A. Carbon
[]       []                                Carbon Dioxide
[]       []                                Ammonia
[]       []                                Fluoride       Type:
[]       []                                Polymer        Type:
[]       []                                Chlorine       Pre:  Intermed:              Post:
[]       []         Are calibration charts available for all dry feeders?
[]       []         Is laboratory control adequate to control process?




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TREATMENT (continued)

Comments on condition of feeders and control methods:




Softening

Yes     No
[]      []       Is finished water alkalinity at least 60 mg/l (as CaCO3)?
[]      []       Is Langelier index of finished water routinely run?

Comments on treatment:




Plant

Yes     No
[]      []       Are alarms/telemetry adequate if plant not manned?
[]      []       Are emergency power/redundant units/spare parts adequate?
[]      []       Is the treatment plant vulnerable to flooding?

  DISTRIBUTION
Total gallons elevated storage:
Total gallons ground/below ground storage:

Yes     No
[]      []       Can all sections of the distribution system be isolated?
[]      []       Is there an up-to-date map of the distribution system?
[]      []       Is storage (quantity) adequate?
[]      []       Is storage tank(s) in good condition?
[]      []       Flushing program?
[]      []       Valve exercise program?

Comments on distribution and storage:




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COMPLIANCE

Yes     No
[]      []       Did the water exceed any of the MCLs during the past year? If so, list:

[]      []       Monitoring violations? If so, list:

[]      []       Is the PWS supervised by a certified operator with the proper level of certification? (KAR
                 28-15-18a)
[]      []       Are all records kept a minimum of 10 years (KAR 28-15-18b)
[]      []       Are chlorine residual tests on the distribution system taken daily and recorded? (KAR 28-
                 15-19)
[]      []       Does the utility notify KDHE in the event of major breakdown or loss of water services
                 (KAR 28-15-18d)?
[]      []       Is there an Emergency operations plan? (KAR 28-15-18e)
[]      []       Are new or repaired water mains flushed and disinfected? (KAR 28-15-18f)
[]      []       Is 20 psig pressure maintained throughout the system? (KAR 28-15-18g)
[]      []       Is there a Cross connection control program? (KAR 28-15-18h)
[]      []       Finished water reservoirs covered, vented, screened? (KAR 28-15-18i)
[]      []       Treatment chemicals and protective coatings comply with KAR 28-15-18(j)?
[]      []       Does PWS meet permitting requirements of KAR 28-15-16?
[]      []       Does the PWS have a bacteria sample siting plan?
[]      []       Are all abandoned wells plugged?
[]      []       Are all wells and entry points tagged with IDs?
[]      []       Have deficiencies from past inspections been corrected?

Treatment MCs

Yes     No
[]      []       Continuous CL monitoring (cities above 3300)?
[]      []       Meets CT requirements of SWTR?
[]      []       Meets TU requirements of SWTR?




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                 DRMO HAZARDOUS WASTE STORAGE FACILITY
                    COMPLIANCE INSPECTION CHECKLIST

 GENERAL

EPA ID:                                    Time:                                Date:

DRMO Contact(s):                                               Phone #:

Environmental Division, DPW Contact(s):

Phone #:

Inspector(s):                                                                   SIC:

     WASTE ANALYSIS PLAN                  (DGS)

                                                                                                YES       NO        NA
1.    Does facility maintain a copy of its waste analysis plan at the facility?
      [264.13(b)]                                                                                   []    []        []

 Waste Analysis Plan Requirements:             [ ] Compliant      [ ] Non-compliant        [ ] NA

 SECURITY (DGS)
                                                                                                YES NO NA
2.    Does the facility provide an artificial or natural barrier (fence, fence and cliff
      combination) and a means to control entry (locked entrance, controlled
      roadway access)? [264.14(b)(2)]                                                               []   []    []

3.    Has the facility posted warning signs at each entrance to the active portion of
      the facility, and at other locations, in sufficient numbers to be seen from any
      approach to the active portion? [264.14(c)]                                                   []   []    []

 Security Requirements:              [ ] Compliant      [ ] Non-compliant       [ ] NA

 GENERAL INSPECTION REQUIREMENTS (DGS)
                                                                                                YES       NO        NA
4.    Does the owner/operator follow a written schedule at the facility for inspecting
      monitoring equipment, safety and emergency equipment, security devices,
      and operating and structural equipment? [264.15(b)(1)]                                        []   []         []

5.    Does the owner/operator keep the written inspection schedule at the facility?
      [264.15(b)(2)]                                                                                []    []        []

6.    Does the written inspection schedule identify the types of problems which are to be
      looked for during the inspections? [264.15(b)(3)]                                             []    []        []

7.    Does the owner/operator remedy any deterioration or malfunction of equipment
      or structures noted during the inspection? [264.15(c)]                                        []    []        []


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                                                                                              YES       NO    NA

8.   Does the owner/operator record inspections in an inspection log or summary which
     contains the date and time of inspection, name of inspector, notation of observations,
     and the date and nature of remedial action? [264.15(d)]                                []          []    []

General Inspection Requirements:                 [ ] Compliant       [ ] Non-Compliant      [ ] NA

PERSONNEL TRAINING (DGS)
                                                                                              YES       NO    NA
9. Does the owner/operator maintain, at the facility, the following documents and
 records: [264.16]

     a.   Job title for each position related to hazardous waste management and the
          name of the employee filling each job? [264.16(d)(1)]                                []       []    []

     b.   Written job description for each position? [264.16(d)(2)]                            []       []    []

     c.   Written description of type and amount of training to be given each person?          []       []    []
          [264.16(d)(3)]

     d.   Records of training given to facility personnel? [264.16(d)(4)]                      []       []    []

 Personnel Training Requirements:                  [ ] Compliant        [ ] Non-Compliant      [ ] NA

 REQUIREMENTS for IGNITABLE, REACTIVE, or INCOMPATIBLE WASTE(DGS)
                                                                                              YES       NO    NA
10. Does the facility handle ignitable or reactive wastes? [264.17(a)]                         []       []    []
    If yes,
    a. Is the waste separated and confined from sources of ignition or reaction,
          sparks, spontaneous ignition and radiant heat? [264.17(a)]                           []       []    []

     b.   Are smoking and open flames confined to specially designated locations?
          [264.17(a)]                                                                          []       []    []

     c.   Are "No Smoking" signs posted in hazard areas? [264.17(a)]                           []       []    []

     d.   Does a check of the areas used to handle ignitable or reactive wastes show:          []       []    []

          A.    Evidence of heat generation from interaction of incompatible wastes?
                [264.17(b)(1)]                                                                 []       []    []

          B.   Evidence of uncontrolled toxic mists, fumes, dusts, or gases in sufficient
               quantities to threaten human health or the environment? [264.17(b)(2)]          []       []    []

          C.    Evidence of uncontrolled flammable fumes or gases in sufficient quantities
                to pose a risk of fire or explosion? [264.17(b)(3)]                        []           []    []

          D.    Evidence of any leakage from or corrosion of containers?
                [264.17(b)(4)]                                                                 []       []    []


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 Ignitable, Reactive, or Incompatible Waste Requirements
                                                     [ ] Compliant                  [ ] Non-Compliant    [ ] NA


 PREPAREDNESS & PREVENTION (DPP)
                                                                                                YES     NO    NA
11. Does an inspection of the facility show any evidence of fire, explosion, or
    contamination? [264.31]                                                                     []      []    []

12. If applicable to the facility, is the facility equipped with:

     a.   Internal communication or alarm system easily accessible in case of
          emergency? [264.32(a)]                                                                []      []    []

     b.   Telephone or hand-held two-way radio capable of summoning emergency
          response assistance from local police departments, fire departments, or
          State or local emergency response teams? [264.32(b)]                                  []      []    []

     c.   Portable fire extinguishers, fire control, spill control equipment, and
          decontamination equipment? [264.32(c)]                                                []      []    []

     d.   Water of adequate volume for hose streams, foam producing equipment,
          sprinklers, etc.? [264.32(d)]                                                         []      []    []

13. Is the equipment (mentioned above) tested and maintained to ensure it’s proper
    operation? [264.33]                                                                         []      []    []

14. Does a check of the facility show sufficient aisle space to allow unobstructed
    movement of personnel and equipment? [264.35]                                               []      []    []

15. As appropriate for the type(s) of waste handled, has the owner/operator:

     a.   Made arrangements with the local emergency authorities to familiarize them
          with the layout of the facility, properties of wastes handled and associated
          hazards, places where facility personnel normally work, entrances to roads
          inside the facility, and possible evacuation routes? [264.37(a)(1)]                   []      []    []

     b.   Designated one primary authority in areas where more than one police and fire
          department might respond? [264.37(a)(2)]                                      []              []    []

     c.   Made agreements with state emergency response teams, emergency response
          contractors, and equipment suppliers? [264.37(a)(3)]                    []                    []    []

     d.   Familiarized local hospitals, with the properties of hazardous waste(s) handled
          and types of injuries that could result from fires, explosions, or releases at the
          facility? [264.37(a)(4)]                                                              []      []    []

 Preparedness and Prevention Requirements:
                                                                    [ ] Compliant   [ ] Non-Compliant    [ ] NA



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CONTINGENCY PLAN & EMERGENCY PROCEDURES (DCP)
                                                                                                YES     NO    NA

16. Is a contingency plan maintained at the facility and have copies been provided to
    outside agencies that may be called upon to provide emergency services?
    [264.53(a)]                                                                                 []      []    []
    If yes, does the plan:

     a.   Describe emergency actions facility personnel must take to respond to
          fires, explosions, or releases of hazardous waste? [264.52(a)]                        []      []    []

     b.   Describe arrangements agreed to by local police departments, fire
          departments, hospitals, contractors, and State and local emergency
          response teams? [264.52(c)]                                                           []      []    []

     c.   List the name(s), home address(es), and phone number(s) of designated
          emergency coordinator(s) in the order in which they should be contacted?
          [264.52(d)]                                                                           []      []    []

     d.   Include a list of all emergency equipment at the facility, its location, a
          physical description of each item on the list, and a brief outline of its
          capabilities? [264.52(e)]                                                             []      []    []

     e.   Include an evacuation plan for facility personnel that describes signals
          and evacuation routes? [264.52(f)]                                                    []      []    []

17. Is an emergency coordinator available at all times? [264.55]                                []      []    []

18. Has implementation of the plan been required at the facility?                               []      []    []

     If yes, was the facility required to submit a written report on the incident
           to the KDHE?                                                                         []      []    []

     a.   If yes, was the written report submitted? [264.56(j)]                                 []      []    []

 Contingency Plan and Emergency Procedures Requirements
                                                 [ ] Compliant                      [ ] Non-Compliant    [ ] NA

 MANIFESTS SYSTEM, RECORDKEEPING & REPORTING (DMR)
                                                                                                YES     NO    NA
19. Does the owner/operator keep a written operating record at the facility?
    [264.73(a)]                                                                                 []      []    []

     If yes, does the operating record include:
     a. A description and the quantity of each hazardous waste received, and
           method(s) and date(s) of its treatment, storage, and disposal?
           [264.73(b)(1)]                                                                       []      []    []




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                                                                                           YES     NO    NA

     b.   The location of each hazardous waste within the facility and the
          quantity at each location? [264.73(b)(2)]                                        []      []    []

     c.   Records and results of waste analyses and waste determinations?
          [264.73(b)(3)]                                                                   []      []    []

     d.   Reports and details of incidents requiring implementation of the
          contingency plan? [264.73(b)(4)]                                                 []      []    []

     e.   Records and results of required inspections?
          [264.73(b)(5)]                                                                   []      []    []

     f.   Monitoring, testing, or analytical data? [264.73(b)(6)]                          []      []    []

     g.   Notices to generators that the facility has the appropriate permit(s) for
          and will accept the waste the generator is shipping? [264.73(b)(7)]
                                                                                           []      []    []
     h.   Closure cost estimates (and for disposal facilities, post-closure cost
          estimates)? [264.73(b)(8)]                                                       []      []    []

     i.   Certification by the permittee, at least annually, that a hazardous waste
          minimization program is in place at the facility? [264.73(b)(9)]                 []      []    []

     j.   As applicable, documentation that the Land Disposal Requirements
          have been met? [264.73(b)(10-16)]                                                []      []    []

20. Does the owner/operator prepare and submit a copy of a biennial report to
    the KDHE by March 1 of each even numbered year? [264.75]                               []      []    []

 Manifesting System, Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements:
                                                  [ ] Compliant                [ ] Non-Compliant    [ ] NA


  CLOSURE & POST-CLOSURE (DCL)
                                                                                           YES     NO    NA
21. Does the owner/operator have a written closure plan for the facility?
    [264.112(a)]                                                                           []      []    []

 Closure and Post-closure Requirements
                                 [ ] Compliant             [ ] Non-Compliant    [ ] NA




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                 DRMO HAZARDOUS WASTE STORAGE FACILITY
                    COMPLIANCE INSPECTION CHECKLIST

MANAGEMENT OF CONTAINERS (DMC)

                                                                                            YES   NO    NA

22. Are containers presently used to store hazardous waste?                                 []    []    []

     If yes,
     a. Are the containers in good condition? [264.171]                                     []    []    []

     b.   Are the containers compatible with the waste? [264.172]                           []    []    []

     c.   Are all containers holding hazardous waste closed during storage except
          when necessary to add or remove waste? [264.173]                                  []    []    []

     d.   Does owner/operator inspect areas where containers are stored, at least
          weekly, for signs of leaking containers and for deterioration of the containers
          and containment system caused by corrosion or other factors? [264.174]
                                                                                            []    []    []
     e.   Does the storage facility store waste containing free liquids which would
          require it to have a containment system? [264.174]                                []    []    []

          If yes,
          A. Is the base free of cracks or gaps and sufficiently impervious to contain
                leaks, spills, and accumulated precipitation? [264.175(b)(1)]               []    []    []

          B.    Is the base sloped or the containment system otherwise designed and
                operated to drain and removed liquids? [264.175(b)(2)]                      []    []    []

          C.    Does the containment system have sufficient capacity to contain 10% of
                the volume of containers or the volume of the largest container, whichever
                is greater? [264.175(b)(3)]                                                []     []    []

          D.    Is the containment system designed to prevent run-on or to have sufficient
                excess capacity in addition to that required in item C above?
                 [264.175(b)(4)]                                                           []     []    []

          E.    Are spilled or leaked waste and accumulated precipitation removed in a
                timely manner as necessary to prevent overflow of the system?               []    []    []
                [264.175(b)(5)]

     f.   Does the storage area store containers holding only wastes that do not
          contain free liquids?                                                             []    []    []

          If yes,
          A. Are the containment system requirements of 264.175(b) met?                     []    []    []

                If no,
                i.    Is the storage area sloped or otherwise designed and operated to
                      drain and remove liquid resulting from precipitation?
                      [264.175(c)(1); OR                                                    []    []    []



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                    COMPLIANCE INSPECTION CHECKLIST
                                                                                            YES   NO    NA

                ii.   Are the containers elevated or otherwise protected from contact
                      with accumulated liquid? [264.175(c)(2)]                               []   []    []

     g.   Are containers holding ignitable or reactive waste located at least 50 feet
          from the facility’s property line? [264.176]                                       []   []    []

     h.   If waste in containers is incompatible with other materials stored
          nearby, in other containers, piles. open tanks, or surface impoundments,
          are the containers separated from other materials by means of a
          dike, berm, wall, or other device? [264.177(c)]                                    []   []    []

               Management of Containers:           [ ] Compliant     [ ] Non-Compliant   [ ] NA


 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION & CONCLUSION

Notes:




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ADVANCED WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT WATER POLLUTION
          CONTROL FACILITY INSPECTION FORM
  GENERAL

Facility Name:

Facility Address:

Permit #:                                                     Telephone #:

Inspected By:                                                 Inspection Date:

Person Contacted:

Receiving Stream:                                             Design Capacity:


 OPERATING PERSONNEL

                          Name                                Title & Qualifications
                                                              (example: WWTP operator, class IV)




  OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE

        YES NO

                      Is flow measurement and sampling equipment available and operable?
                      (National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Permit
                      # F-KS97-PO01, Standard Condition #1 a)

                      Is there a discharge of floating solids or visible foam in other than trace amounts?
                      (NPDES Permit # F-KS97-PO01, Section A, paragraph 1)

                       Are sludge storage methods adequate? (Sludge contained within drying beds)
                      (NPDES Permit # F-KS97-PO01, Section D, #4)

                      Are sludge drying bed fill dates recorded in WWTP office?
                      (NPDES Permit # F-KS97-PO01, Section D, #4)


                      Is facility maintained in good working order? (No discharge or overflow from trickling
                      filters, clarifiers, or digesters; equipment maintained and standard operating
                      procedures followed)
                      (NPDES Permit # F-KS97-PO01, Standard Condition #8)




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ADVANCED WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT WATER POLLUTION
          CONTROL FACILITY INSPECTION FORM
        YES NO

                      Are there adequate emergency procedures in event of power failures? (Electricity
                      generators available to Directorate of Public Works personnel) (NPDES Permit # F-
                      KS97-PO01, Standard Condition #11)

                      Does noncompliance with the above items indicate that a follow-up inspection is
                      needed?

        Reason:




        General Comments:




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    ADVANCED WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT LABORATORY
     WATER POLLUTION CONTROL FACILITY INSPECTION FORM

 GENERAL

Facility Name:

Facility Address:

Permit #:                                                     Telephone #:

Inspected By:                                                 Inspection Date:

Person Contacted:


 OPERATING PERSONNEL


                          Name                                Title & Qualifications
                                                              (example: WWTP operator, class IV)




OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE

      YES       NO

                      Is the in-house wastewater laboratory certified for permit required testing? (NPDES
                      Permit # F-KS97-PO01, Standard Condition #4)

                      Are state certification records and sample results available on-site?
                      (NPDES Permit # F-KS97-PO01, Standard Condition #4)

                      Are laboratory records for permit required sampling retained on-site for three years?
                      (NPDES Permit # F-KS97-PO01, Standard Condition #5)

                      Do sample records indicate the place, date, and time of sampling, the date of
                      analysis, the analytical method used, and the individual who performed the sampling
                      and analysis, and the analytical results?
                      (NPDES Permit # F-KS97-PO01, Standard Condition #4)

        Describe and comment on operation and condition of facility:




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     WATER POLLUTION CONTROL FACILITY INSPECTION FORM
      YES     NO

                      Are there adequate emergency procedures in event of power failures? (Electricity
                      generators available to Directorate of Public Works personnel) (NPDES Permit # F-
                      KS97-PO01, Standard Condition #11)

                      Does noncompliance with the above items indicate that a follow-up inspection is
                      needed?

        Reason:




        General Comments:




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   MULTI-PURPOSE RANGE COMPLEX WASTEWATER TREATMENT
            LAGOONS WATER POLLUTION CONTROL
                 FACILITY INSPECTION FORM

 GENERAL

Facility Name:

Facility Address:

Permit #:                                                     Telephone #:

Inspected By:                                                 Inspection Date:

Person Contacted:


OPERATING PERSONNEL

                          Name                                Title and Qualifications
                                                              (example: WWTP operator, class IV)




OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE

      YES       NO

                      Do lagoon depth measurements indicate that a three-foot minimum freeboard has
                      been maintained?
                      (NPDES Permit # F-KS97-PO01, Section D, #11 a)

                      Are lagoon depth measurement records available on-site?
                      (NPDES Permit # F-KS97-PO01, Section D, #11 a)

                      Has there been any discharge from the lagoons to the environment?
                      (NPDES Permit # F-KS97-PO01, Section D, #11 b)

                      Are solvents or other volatile chemical used as cleaning agents or disposed of in the
                      lagoons?
                      (NPDES Permit # F-KS97-PO01, Section D, #11 c)

                      Do lagoons receive only domestic waste?
                      (NPDES Permit # F-KS97-PO01, Section D, #11 d)




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   MULTI-PURPOSE RANGE COMPLEX WASTEWATER TREATMENT
            LAGOONS WATER POLLUTION CONTROL
                 FACILITY INSPECTION FORM
       YES    NO

                     Has vegetation been properly maintained by mowing of grass or removal of cattails
                     and other deep-rooted trees and shrubs?
                    (NPDES Permit # F-KS97-PO01, Section D, #12 b)

                     Does noncompliance with the above items indicate that a follow-up inspection is
                     needed?

       Reason:




       General Comments:




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  IRWIN ARMY COMMUNITY HOSPITAL SILVER RECOVERY SYSTEM
    WATER POLLUTION CONTROL FACILITY INSPECTION FORM

 GENERAL

Facility Name:

Facility Address:

Permit #:                                                     Telephone #:

Inspected By:                                                 Inspection Date:

Person Contacted:


 OPERATING PERSONNEL

                           Name                               Title and Qualifications
                                                              (example: WWTP operator, class IV)




 OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE

      YES       NO

                       Is a spill plan for the silver recovery system available on-site and in DES files?
                       (NPDES Permit # F-KS97-PO01, Section D, #10 a)

                       Does the silver recovery system have adequate containment?
                       (NPDES Permit # F-KS97-PO01, Section D, #10 b)

                       Are weekly silver measurement records available on-site?
                       (NPDES Permit # F-KS97-PO01, Section A, #3 b)

                       Are semi-annual silver measurement records available in DES files?
                     (NPDES Permit # F-KS97-PO01, Section A, #3 b)

                       Are weekly and semi-annual silver measurements retained for three years? (NPDES
                       Permit # F-KS97-PO01, Standard Condition #5)

                       Does noncompliance with the above items indicate that a follow-up inspection is
                       needed?




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  IRWIN ARMY COMMUNITY HOSPITAL SILVER RECOVERY SYSTEM
    WATER POLLUTION CONTROL FACILITY INSPECTION FORM

        Reason:




        General Comments:




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         INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEM
      WATER POLLUTION CONTROL FACILITY INSPECTION FORM

 GENERAL

Facility Name:

Facility Address:

Permit #:                                                     Telephone #:

Inspected By:                                                 Inspection Date:

Person Contacted:

Receiving Stream:                                             Design Capacity:


 OPERATING PERSONNEL

                          Name                                Title and Qualifications
                                                              (example: WWTP operator, class IV)




 OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE

        YES NO

                      Are records available in DES files indicating daily inspections and adequate oil
                      removal at the East, Central, and West Tactical Equipment Shop (TES)
                      Sedimentation Basins? (NPDES Permit # F-KS97-PO01, Section D, #1)

                      Are TES Sedimentation Basins maintained in good working order? (No oil past
                      baffles, oil drain pan free of grass and debris, oil skimmer works on auto and hand
                      mode) (NPDES Permit # F-KS97-PO01, Section D, #1)

        Describe and comment on operation and condition of facilities.




                      Are management plans and records available indicating adequate management of
                      Petroleum, Oil and Lubricant (POL) contaminated soils? (NPDES Permit # F-KS97-
                      PO01, Section D, #12 a)

                      Have vehicle maintenance procedures been reviewed and revised as necessary?
                      (NPDES Permit # F-KS97-PO01, Section D, #9)




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         INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEM
      WATER POLLUTION CONTROL FACILITY INSPECTION FORM
        YES NO

                      Has vegetation in the Central Vehicle Wash Facility (CVWF) lagoons been properly
                      maintained by mowing grass or removing cattails the other deep-rooted trees and
                      shrubs?
                      (NPDES Permit # F-KS97-PO01, Section D, #12 b)

                      Does noncompliance with the above items indicate that a follow-up inspection is
                      needed?


        Reason:



        General Comments:




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 RECORDS AND PERMIT REVIEW

      YES     NO

                      Is a sludge management plan written in accordance with 40 CFR Part 503 sludge disposal
                      requirements available in the DES Wastewater files? (NPDES Permit # F-KS97-PO01,
                      Section D, #4)

                      Are 40 CFR Part 503 sludge disposal records available in the DES Wastewater files?
                      (NPDES Permit # F-KS97-PO01, Section D, #4)

                      Are analytical results from annual sampling of outfalls for heavy metals and benzene
                      analysis available in the DES Wastewater files?
                      (NPDES Permit # F-KS97-PO01, Section A, #3a)

                      Are NPDES required analytical results and flow measurements retained in DES
                      Wastewater files for three years?
                      (NPDES Permit # F-KS97-PO01, Standard Condition #5)

                      Have any anticipated significant changes in influent or effluent quantity and/or quality been
                      reported to the KDHE?
                      (NPDES Permit # F-KS97-PO01, Standard Conditions #6 and #9)

                      Are permit noncompliance and immediate reporting incident documents available in the
                      DES Wastewater files?
                      (NPDES Permit # F-KS97-PO01, Standard Condition #7)

                      Are monthly Discharge Monitoring Reports (DMRs) submitted to the KDHE by the 28th
                      day of the following month?
                      (NPDES Permit # F-KS97-PO01, Standard Condition #1 b)

                      Do DMRs indicate that the permittee is in compliance with the permit effluent limitations?

                      Are noncompliant effluent results addressed in the monthly DMR?
                      (NPDES Permit # F-KS97-PO01, Standard Condition #7)

        Comments:




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                                                                             APPENDIX U

         RECORD KEEPING INSPECTION FORM FOR RELEASE OF STORMWATER FROM SECONDARY
                                        CONTAINMENT
  Date of release              Name of person completing Contaminants Contaminants        Bypass        Bypass    Signature of person completing
                                  verification and release present at the recovered       attended       valves           verification and release
                                                                  time of before          while      completely
                                                              inspection opening          opened         closed
                                                                 YES/NO bypass valve      YES/NO      following
                                                                          YES/NO                       drainage
                                                                                                        YES/NO




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                                           APPENDIX V


                              FORT RILEY SPILL INCIDENT REPORT




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                         FORT RILEY SPILL INCIDENT REPORT
                                   Filled Out by the Unit / Activity

DATE OF SPILL                                                 TIME OF SPILL_____________________________
SUBSTANCE ______________________________________ QUANTITY_________________________________
UNIT/ACTIVITY ____________________________________ BLDG______________________________________
POC/SUPERVISOR ________________________________ PHONE # __________________________________

CAUSE_______________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
VEHICLE TYPE______________________________________ LOCATION_______________________________
(E.g.; HET - if applicable)                        BLDG # (NEAREST)_______________________
                                                   GRID ____________________________________

CLEAN UP ACTIONS TAKEN ___________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________

           SOIL EXCAVATED VOLUME___________________ AREA______________________________
           ABSORBENTS USED SPECIFIC TYPE__________________ QTY_________________________

MATERIALS USED FOR CLEAN-UP_______________________________________________________________
WHERE WERE MATERIALS DISPOSED OF?_______________________________________________________
ESTIMATED WORK-HOURS INVOLVED FOR CLEAN UP_____________________________________________
COMPLETION DATE OF CLEAN-UP AND DISPOSAL________________________________________________
CONTAMINATION OF WATER?__________________________________________________________________
(E.g.; Stream - if applicable)
CONTAMINATION OF SANITARY SEWER OR STORM LINE?__________________________________________
WAS THE DPW FIRE AND EMERGENCY SERVICES (FIRE DEPARTMENT) NOTIFIED? ____________________
COMMENTS __________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________


UNIT PERSONNEL COMPLETING THIS REPORT, NAME AND TITLE :
_____________________________________________________________________________________________

SIGNATURE____________________________________DATE__________________________________________


NOTE : The Unit/Activity must provide copies of this report for filing with the 1) Spill Coordinator,
Environmental Division, DPW and 2) Unit/Activity on-site file within 5 working days of the spill.




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   ENVIRONMENTAL TEAM LEADER AND ENVIRONMENTAL TEAM MEMBER
                        SPILLS HELP SHEET
The Environmental Division, DPW Spills Program, has developed a Spills Help Sheet to provide organizations guidance
on spills information that is needed to correctly document spill events. The information will be used by the Spills
Coordinator to analyze trends and develop training, educational bulletins, and corrective actions to minimize the impact
spills have on the environment. The Spills Help Sheet will be completed for every spill event, in addition to the Fort Riley
Spill Incident Form.

1. What is the cause of the spill?
   If Operator Error, go to number 2. If Mechanical Failure, complete questions 9 through 15.

2. Operator Error: Did personnel follow standing operating procedures (SOP)?
   If yes, go to number 7. If no, go to number 3.

3. What are the normal operating procedures for this incident?
   Complete answer and then go to number 4.




4. Were personnel trained or briefed on the correct procedures?
   If yes, go to number 5. If no, go to number 6.


5. By whom?
   Complete answer and then go to number 7.


6. Why not?
   Complete answer and then go to number 7.




7. Does the SOP need to be revised?
   If yes, go to number 8. If no, go to number 15.


8. What steps need to be taken to update the SOP?
   Complete answer and then go to number 15.




9. Mechanical Failure: Were Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) completed on this vehicle?



10. When was the last time PMCS was completed?



11. Can this mechanical problem be identified with PMCS?



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12. Is this a recurring problem with the mechanical design of this equipment?



13. Has the same problem occurred on this vehicle within the last six months that you are aware of?



14. What was done to correct problem?



15. What are some possible solutions to prevent this type of spill?




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                                                          Appendix W
                           Fort Riley Construction and Demolition Waste Management Report




                           Fort Riley Construction and Demolition Waste Management Report

        The contractor shall submit this report of all non-hazardous construction and demolition (C&D) waste
        generation on the first working day after each fiscal year quarter, starting the first quarter that
        C&D waste is generated. This report shall be submitted to the Public Works Solid Waste Coordinator
        through the Contracting Officer. Questions regarding this form should be directed to the Solid Waste
        Coordinator at (785) 239-2385.
        Project:                                                           Date:
        Contract Number:                                                       Report Period Covered:
        Contractor:                                                            Prepared By:


                                                                                     Management Method
                                                 Total Generated                         (by weight in tons)
                    Waste Type                                               Recycled or                   Disposed
                                                   (by weight in tons)
                                                                              Salvaged
        Examples: Concrete                      505,000 tons             500,000 tons crushed      5000 tons to landfill
                                                                         for reuse
                   Mixed debris                 1000 tons                0                         1000 tons to landfill

                  Scrap metal                   10 tons                  10 tons                   0




                       TOTAL

        Comments:




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                                                     Operational Controls / Training within the Scope of Fort Riley‟s EMS

Environmental Site        Building         Operational Controls                    Training/Certification      Requirement          Records Retention

Hazardous Waste           Refer to         Refer to EMP, Section 4                 ETT / ETT-R*                EMP                  Environmental Site File
Accumulation Points       EMP,
                          appendix E

Universal Waste           Refer to         Refer to EMP, Section 4                 ETT / ETT-R                 EMP                  Environmental Site File
Accumulation Points       EMP,
                          appendix E

Satellite Accumulation    Refer to         Refer to EMP, Section 4                 ETT / ETT-R                 EMP                  Environmental Site File
Points                    EMP,
                          Appendix E

Controlled Material       Refer to         Refer to EMP, Section 4                 ETT / ETT-R                 EMP                  Environmental Site File
Accumulation Points       EMP,
                          Appendix E

Low Risk Sites            Refer to         Refer to EMP, Section 4                 No training required        NA                   NA
                          EMP,
                          Appendix E

CFC Sites                 Refer to         Refer to EMP, Section 1                 CFC Certification and ETT   40 CFR 82.161 and    Environmental Site File
                          EMP, Section                                             / ETT-R                     EMP
                          1 Air
                          Emissions,
                          2.1.f.

Wastewater Treatment      8130             Advanced Waste Water Treatment Plant    KS Operator certification   K.A.R. 28-16-30 to   KS Operator Certificate - on
Plant                                      Operations and Maintenance Manual       and ETT / ETT-R             34 and EMP           display at the site and/or in the
                                           and Federal / State Regulations                                                          individual’s personnel record at
                                                                                                                                    CPAC Bldg 319, ETT - in the
                                                                                                                                    Environmental Site file

Water Treatment Plant     2650             Fort Riley, KS Water Treatment Plant    KS Operator certification   K.A.R. 28-16-30 to   KS Operator Certificate - on
                                           Operation and Maintenance Manual /      and ETT / ETT-R             34 and EMP           display at the site and/or in the
                                           SOP Site Specific Procedures and                                                         individual’s personnel record at
                                           Federal / State Regulations                                                              CPAC Bldg 319, ETT - in the
                                                                                                                                    Environmental Site file

EWMC                      1945             EWMC SOP and appendices                 HHW, HAZWOPER, ETT /        29 CFR 191-.120,     Environmental Site File
                                                                                   ETT-R                       EMP

HMPC                      1930             HMPC SOP and appendices                 HAZWOPER, ETT / ETT-R       29 CFR 191-.120,     Environmental Site File
                                                                                                               EMP
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Environmental Site        Building         Operational Controls                      Training/Certification        Requirement             Records Retention

Composting Facility       1945             EWMC SOP and appendices                   HAZWOPER, ETT / ETT-R         29 CFR 191-.120,        Environmental Site File
                                                                                                                   EMP

POL Landfarm Facility     1945             EWMC SOP and appendices                   HAZWOPER, ETT / ETT-R         29 CFR 191-.120,        Environmental Site File
                                                                                                                   EMP

Recycle Center            1980                                                       ETT / ETT-R                   EMP                     Environmental Site File

C&D Landfill              N/A                                                        ETT / ETT-R                   EMP                     Environmental Site File

DRMO                      1950             Part B Permit / EMP / SPCCP & ISCP /      HAZWOPER, DOT                 29 CFR 191-.120,        Environmental Site File
                                           DRMO Quick Reference Sheet                Hazardous Materials           EMP
                                                                                     Training

Pesticide Distribution    372              Environmental Division training           Environmental Training For    EMP                     Environmental Site File
Facilities                                 course on proper merchandising of         Pesticide Handling Facility
                          640              pesticide products. Store personnel       Personnel, ETT / ETT-R
                                           are familiar with the proper methods
                          2310
                                           to display pesticide products,
                          2597             treatment of containers, storage of
                                           pesticides in the shipment receiving
                          5322             room, the use of the cleanup kit, and
                                           installation spill contingency
                          6914             procedures. A spill cleanup kit that
                                           meets all requirements for the facility
                                           is on hand in the product storage
                                           area. Guidelines on pesticides in
                                           commissaries can be found in
                                           paragraph 10-4h, AR 40-5.
                                           Additional guidance, on cleanup of
                                           pesticide spills, can be found in
                                           Appendix C of AR 40-5.



Pesticide Storage         349              Integrated Pest Management Plan /         Government employee -         Kansas Noxious Weed
Facilities                                 EMP                                       DoD Pesticide Certification
                                                                                     and/or DA Pesticide           Law, Federal
                                                                                     Management quality                       Noxious
                                                                                     Assurance Evaluator /
                                                                                     Contractor - State of         Weed Act, B.3.8
                                                                                     Kansas Commercial                               DoD
                                                                                     Pesticide Applicators
                                                                                                                              I
                                                                                     Certificate / ETT / ETT-R

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Environmental Site        Building         Operational Controls                      Training/Certification       Requirement            Records Retention

                                                                                                                  4150.7-M, DoD Pest

                                                                                                                  Management
                                                                                                                           Training

                                                                                                                  and Certification,
                                                                                                                               April

                                                                                                                  1997

                          5207             Integrated Pest Management Plan /
                                           EMP

Emergency Responders      Various                                                    29 CFR 1910 and 1926,                               In the individuals personnel
                                                                                     AR 200-1 and National Fire                          records at CPAC or Bldg 5000
                                                                                     Protection Act 472                                  Fire Dept

Test Cells                8100             Test Cell SOP maintained in Contractor    OJT plus contractor’s        Internal requirement   Environmental and Safety
                                           Quality Information Center software       general safety annual                               Managers files
                                                                                     training

                          1460             AGT 1500 Engine and 250 Cummings          OJT                          Internal requirement   Manuals maintained at 1460;
                                           Test Cell Technical manuals and                                                               maintenance and calibration
                                           DMWR’s                                                                                        records maintained at Camp
                                                                                                                                         Funston Training Area (CTFA)

Paint Booths              8100             Paint Booth SOP maintained in             OJT plus contractor’s        Internal requirement   Environmental and Safety
                                           Contractor Quality Information Center     general safety annual                               Managers files
                                           software                                  training

                          1460             Air Pollution control Equipment           OJT                          Internal requirement   Manuals maintained at 1460;
                                           Maintenance Plan Paint Booth                                                                  maintenance and calibration
                                           Operations Filter Change SOP /                                                                records maintained at Camp
                                           Technical Bulletins                                                                           Funston Training Area (CTFA)

                          7753             Paint Booth is Temporarily Out of Order   OJT / Painting operations    Internal               Environmental Site File
                                                                                     are conducted by an Auto     Requirement
                                           Filter Change SOP                         Craft Shop employee only

                          T-7              RSMS Internal SOP Section XIX Allied      OJT                          Internal requirement   SOPs maintained at T-7 /
                                           Trades Section / RS Maintenance Site                                                          maintenance and calibration
                                           Section IX Hazardous Waste / Material                                                         records maintained at CTFA
                                           SOP

                          1630             RSMS Internal SOP Section XIX Allied      OJT                          Internal requirement   SOPs maintained at T-7 /
                                           Trades Section / RS Maintenance Site                                                          maintenance and calibration

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Environmental Site         Building         Operational Controls                    Training/Certification    Requirement            Records Retention
                                            Section IX Hazardous Waste / Material                                                    records maintained at CTFA
                                            SOP

                           1633             RSMS Internal SOP Section XIX Allied    OJT                       Internal requirement   SOPs maintained at T-7 /
                                            Trades Section / RS Maintenance Site                                                     maintenance and calibration
                                            Section IX Hazardous Waste / Material                                                    records maintained at CTFA
                                            SOP

Wood Working               6918             Dust Collection Filter Change SOP and   OJT                       Internal requirement
                                            Lock out/ Tag out SOP

                           1460             Air Pollution Control Equipment         OJT                       Internal requirement   Manuals / SOP maintained at
                                            Maintenance Plan Woodworking                                                             1460 / maintenance and
                                            Operation SOP / Manufacturers’ Manual                                                    calibration records maintained
                                            – Donaldson Torit Cyclone Operations                                                     at CTFA



Abrasive Blast             1460             Booth Blast Abrasive Filter SOP /       OJT                       Internal requirement   Manuals / SOP maintained at
                                            Manufacturers’ Manual Donaldson Torit                                                    1460 / maintenance and
                                            Cyclone Operations                                                                       calibration records maintained
                                                                                                                                     at CTFA

                           1630             RSMS Internal SOP Section XIX Allied    OJT                       Internal requirement   SOPs maintained at T-7 /
                                            Trades Section / RS Maintenance Site                                                     Maintenance and calibration
                                            Section IX Hazardous Waste / Material                                                    records maintained at CTFA
                                            SOP

Industrial Boiler          615              ACEPEX maintains manufacturers’         OJT / Power Engineer      Internal requirement   Individual carries certification
                                            manuals and conducts planned            Certification                                    card / copy in ACEPEX
                                            management through Preventive                                                            business office
                                            Maintenance Service Requests

Waste Oil Heaters          T-1 to T-8       Manufacturers’ Manual – Rezon Waste     OJT / Transportation of   Internal requirement   Manual maintained in each
                                            Oil Heaters                             Hazardous Materials       / 29 CFR 191-.120      building

Storage Tanks              600              ACEPEX maintains manufacturers’         OJT                       Internal requirement   Maintained in ACEPEX
                                            manuals and conducts planned                                                             business office
                                            management through Preventive
                                            Maintenance Service Requests

                           615              ACEPEX maintains manufacturers’         OJT                       Internal requirement   Maintained in ACEPEX
                                            manuals and conducts planned                                                             business office
                                            management through Preventive
                                            Maintenance Service Requests

                           640              Fuel System Regs, Recordkeeping         AAFES Motor Fuel          Internal               Managers office

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Environmental Site       Building         Operational Controls                      Training/Certification        Requirement            Records Retention
                                          Binder                                    Compliance required on-       Requirement / 29
                                                                                    line training                 CFR 191-.120

                         1460             Veeder-Root Product Alarm System          OJT / DOT Hazardous           Internal               Manufacturers’ manual
                                          TLS-350 / Auto Tank Guaging               Materials Training            Requirement / 29       maintained in fuel handlers
                                          Manufactures’ Manual, RSMS Internal                                     CFR 191-.120           office / Maintenance records
                                          SOP Section XIX Allied Trades Section /                                                        maintained at CTFA
                                          RS Maintenance Site Section IX
                                          Hazardous Waste / Material SOP

                         1940             EWMC SOP and appendix J                   HAZWOPER, ETT / ETT-R         29 CFR 191-.120,       Environmental Site File
                                                                                                                  EMP

                         2370             Picern                                    NA                            NA                     NA

                         2597             Incon Tank Sentinel User’s Guide          AAFES Motor Fuel              Internal               Managers office
                                                                                    Compliance required on-       Requirement / 29
                                                                                    line training                 CFR 191-.120

                         5320             Operations, Test and Inspection           AAFES Motor Fuel              Internal               Managers office
                                          Records Binder                            Compliance required on-       Requirement / 29
                                                                                    line training                 CFR 191-.120

                         8314             Tank Farm SOPs maintained in              ETT, HAZWOPER, Fuel           29 CFR 191-.120 /      Site file and Environmental &
                                          Contractor Quality Information Center     Handlers Course, OJT plus     internal requirement   Safety Managers files
                                          software                                  contractor’s general safety
                                                                                    annual training

Emergency Generators     Multiple         Entity responsible for generators         None required for             NA                     NA
                         installation-    maintain files and contract for           installation personnel
                         wide             maintenance (i.e., DPW maintains
                                          manufacturers’ manuals for generators
                                          under their purview in Bldg 367 /
                                          maintenance is conducted on quarterly,
                                          semi annual and annual basis)




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                                                                 Appendix Y
          TROOP INCENTIVE PROGRAM (TIP) GUIDE to RECYCLING at FORT RILEY
                                                                                                                                (Effective 1 May 2008)


The Fort Riley Recycle Program provides monetary awards to units that recycle the most pounds per
soldier, every quarter, based on the assigned strength of the unit. The categories in which awards
are given are established in the table below. Awards are deposited into unit Morale, Welfare, and
Recreation Account (MWR) accounts.

The Financial Management Branch of the Directorate of Family, Morale, Welfare and Recreation
(DFMWR) is the approving authority for the establishment of unit MWR accounts. Units who are
authorized MWR accounts are authorized to receive awards for recycling. MWR Unit Funds are
established for Battalion level or equivalent. For example, Alpha Company, 2-34 Armor Battalion,
may not establish an MWR account; however, they will fall within the 2-34 Armor Battalion account.
NOTE: The number of awards per category generally falls within the table below but is subject to change based upon the number of units that fall within
the category.



            Award                   A (1-75)         B (76-250)         C (251-550)             D (551+)

            1st                         $500                $600                 $700                $800
            2nd                         $400                $500                 $600                $700
            3rd                         $300                $400                 $500                $600
            4th                         $200                $300                 $400                $500
            5th                         $100                $200                 $300                $400
            6th                            -                $100                 $200                $300
            7th                            -                   -                 $100                $200
            8th                            -                   -                    -                $100
            Qtr Total                  $1500               $2100                $2800               $3600

UNIT RESPONSIBILITIES:
Collect recyclable commodities from unit areas (administrative offices, barracks, and motorpools).
Ensure paper commodities are segregated; beverage containers may be collected together in one
bin. Ensure commodities contain no contaminants such as trash, food, or liquids. Transport the
commodities to the appropriate location: Recycle Center (Bldg. 1980 Camp Funston) or the
Environmental Waste Management Center (EWMC) (Bldg. 1945 Camp Funston). Maintain copies of
weight tickets for records.

The Recycle Center (Bldg. 1980 in Camp Funston) accepts the following materials:

 aluminum cans and foil
 glass bottles and jars (clear, brown and green)
 plastic bottles, jugs and jars (#1 and #2 only; all colors and sizes, examples include beverage
bottles, condiment bottles, milk jugs, laundry detergent containers, and shampoo bottles; does not
include plastic motor oil bottles, which must be disposed in household solid waste bins and
organizational solid waste refuse containers)
 steel food and beverage cans (examples include tuna, soup, and SlimFast cans)


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 corrugated cardboard (we accept brown paper bags but we do not accept cardboard commonly
used for packaging crackers, cereal and beverage cartons)
 magazines and catalogs
 newspaper
 toner cartridges (does not include inkjet cartridges)
 paper (includes white notebook paper, copier and computer paper, letterhead, manila folders,
pages from technical and field manuals, shredded paper (long cut only, pulverized shred is
unacceptable), and pastel-colored paper; does NOT include bright florescent and dark-colored paper;
paper should be free of contaminants such as paper clips, binders, covers and glued bindings)
 wooden pallets (no plastic pallets please, this item does not count towards TIP weight)

The EWMC (Bldg. 1945 in Camp Funston) accepts the following materials (please call 239-6797 for
turn in appointment):

 Air, fuel and oil filters (drained)
 POL containers (metal only, drained and crushed) Units are responsible for draining and
crushing POL containers.
 Scrap metal (does not count towards TIP weight)
 Yard waste (compost facility accepts leaves, grass, twigs – NO pet waste)
No TIP credit is given for pallets, filters, scrap metal or compost.



     RECYCLE PROGRAM RESPONSIBILITIES:
     Weigh materials received from units and issue a copy of weight ticket to units.
     Determine the weight each unit turned in quarterly. Weight generated by the unit is
     divided by the average strength per unit, providing an amount recycled per soldier,
     allowing the program to be fair and equitable to all units. Official unit strengths (regardless
     of deployment) are obtained quarterly from G1 strength rosters.

     The Recycle Program Coordinator processes paperwork to deposit award money into
     winning units’ Morale, Welfare, and Recreation Account (MWR) (commonly referred to as
     Unit Fund Account). The Directorate of Morale, Welfare and Recreation (DMWR) in
     coordination with the Unit Fund Custodians manages unit Fund Accounts. DMWR POC
     for MWR accounts can be contacted at 239-3796.

     Please call the Recycle Program Coordinator at 239-2385 if you have any questions.




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                                                            APPENDIX Z

                                      MOTOR POOL CLOSEOUT INSTRUCTIONS


  1.   ALL CANS AND FILTERS CRUSHED.
  2. ALL ACCUMULATION POINTS CLEAN, NEAT AND OIL SPOTS WIPED UP AND NO FREE STANDING LIQUID
     IN SUMP.

  3. ALL PRODUCT REMOVED AND PROPERLY DISPOSED OF. (BAR CODED ITEMS MARKED OFF BY MR.
     BIGLEY)

  4. ALL WASTE TURNED IN PROPERLY.

  5. EMPTY 55 GAL DRUMS LABELED EMPTY AND NEATLY STACKED.

  6. BUS STOP EMPTY, NEAT AND SECONDARY CONTAINMENT CLEANED.

  7. AST CLEANED, FUNNELS WIPED OUT AND ON LIST TO BE PUMPED

  8. MODEL MOTORPOOL SWEPT AND NEAT

  9. SITE FILE TURNED INTO INSPECTOR

  10. REMOVE ALL LOCKS FROM THE ENVIRONMENTAL AREA GATES.

  11. SAFETY CLEAN PARTS WASHERS LEFT IN PLACE. NOTIFY P2 IF THE MOTORPOOL IS TO BE LEFT
     EMPTY SO THAT THE PARTS WASHERS CAN BE REMOVED.

  12. ALL O/W SEPARATORS, BUNG WRENCHES, DRUM DOLLY AND FUNNELS CLEANED AND STORED IN
     THE AP BUILDING

  13. PHONE NUMBERS:

        RECYCLE                    239-2094
        EWMC                       239-6797
        HMPC                       239-2305
        TANK FARM                  239-4021
        CYLINDERS                  239-2491
        HMCC                       239-5025
        OIL PICK UP                239-8491




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Fort Riley Environmental Management System (EMS) Procedures 2008
Introduction

ISO (International Organization of Standardization) 14001:2004 specifies requirements
for an environmental management system.

An Environmental Management System (EMS) is an organized, formal approach to
managing environmental issues based on a written environmental policy, which is a
statement of commitments with respect to environmental issues.

Fort Riley’s Environmental Policy commits to:
continually improve our management practices;
comply with applicable legal and other requirements;
prevent pollution and promote waste stream reduction;
integrate environmental consideration into all activities; and
conserve, protect, and restore natural and cultural resources.

Fort Riley examined its environmental aspects (an element of an organization’s
activities, products, and services that can interact with the environment) and chose
seven as significant (one that has or can have a significant environmental impact, which
is any change to the environment, whether adverse or beneficial, wholly or partially
resulting from an organization’s activities, products, or services).

Fort Riley’s seven significant environmental aspects (hereafter called significant
aspects) are:
air pollutant emitting processes;
non-hazardous solid waste generation;
hazardous materials use and spillage;
hazardous waste, universal waste, and controlled materials generation and spillage;
co-location of installation activities and drinking water sources;
exposure of untreated surface water to installation processes; and
field operations.

Fort Riley compiled the responsibilities, procedures, and policies for the management of
these significant aspects in its Environmental Management Plan (EMP). Fort Riley
monitors and measures these seven significant aspects installation-wide by doing
inspections and conducting internal Environmental Performance Assessment System
(iEPAS) surveys. Therefore, Fort Riley’s compliance with its EMP translates to
conformance with its EMS. The EMP is updated annually.

An EMS Procedure is a specified way to carry out a process; Fort Riley’s processes for
meeting the required elements of EMS are explained in this document. The numerical
designations (i.e. 3.1) relate to the ISO 14001 standard.



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3.1 Environmental Aspects Procedure

Purpose: This procedure documents Fort Riley’s approach to identifying and updating
environmental aspects and potentially associated impacts of its activities, products, and
services. Fort Riley’s environmental staff and Subject Matter Experts (SME) review the
installation’s activities, products, and services to identify related aspects and impacts,
as well as meet the guidance established by the ISO 14001:2004 Standard for an
effective EMS and the current Army EMS Metrics.

Approach: The Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works (DPW), hereafter
called the Environmental Division, generated a Functional Areas, Processes, Activities,
and Environmental Aspects Spreadsheet to document aspects and impacts associated
with organizations (military, civilian, tenant, and contract) and their activities conducted
on Fort Riley. Environmental Division staff evaluated the resulting list of aspects for like
impacts (e.g., impact to air, soil, or water). The results were aggregated into seven
significant aspects (listed above). The significant aspects are annually reviewed by the
Environmental Quality Control Committee (EQCC), the Garrison Commander, and the
EMS Coordinator.

The installation determined its seven significant aspects through managerial-level,
operator-level and cross-functional discussions; environmental program audits; and
environmental compliance debates. Many aspects were discussed; however, it was
determined the seven chosen were the most important to manage, which would ensure
conformance to laws, regulations, and policies pertaining to environmental management
and meet the Army requirement of a fence-line to fence-line EMS.

When new or proposed installation projects are identified an environmental review to
identify the environmental aspects and potential environmental impacts is conducted in
accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) requirements. The
NEPA review is conducted as outlined in AR 200-1, Environmental Protection and
Enhancement, and the project is then prioritized using the process previously identified.

3.2 Legal and Other Requirements Procedure

Purpose: This procedure documents the process for identifying and communicating
legal and other requirements applicable to the environmental aspects associated with
Fort Riley’s activities, products, and services. Fort Riley reviews all legal and other
requirements annually in conjunction with its EMP update to meet the guidance
established by the ISO 14001:2004 Standard for an effective EMS and the current Army
EMS Metrics.

Definitions: Legal Requirements - All federal, state, and local laws and regulations,
Department of Defense (DoD) and Department of Army (DA) directives, permits,
contracts, memorandums of agreement, and consent orders applicable to Fort Riley’s
activities, products, and services. Other Requirements - Requirements not identified
under legal requirements; however, they are standard DoD, DA, or other applicable

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practices to which Fort Riley subscribes (e.g., safety bulletins, program management
plans, etc.).

Approach: The legal and other requirements applicable to the environmental aspects
associated with Fort Riley’s activities, products, and services are found in the EMP.

Fort Riley’s method for identifying legal and other requirements pertaining to its
environmental aspects is reliance upon its SMEs to keep themselves abreast of the
requirements (changes to existing requirements and new requirements). This is
accomplished by reviewing pertinent publications, completing appropriate training, and
exchanging information with other SMEs, both at Fort Riley and elsewhere. The SMEs
who participate in review and revision of the EMP provide updates regarding new or
revised legal and other requirements. The legal and other requirements applicable to
the environmental aspects associated with Fort Riley’s activities, products, and services
are listed in the Introduction of the EMP. The EMP’s Introduction also provides various
regulatory agency web site addresses so that personnel may access and review
potential changes to the legal and other requirements (e.g., www.epa.gov,
www.ofee.gov, www.kdhe.state.ks.us/regs/, http://www.dtic.mil/whs/directives/,
http://www.usapa.army.mil/).

      In addition to Fort Riley maintaining an Environmental Division, the DoD provides
for regional environmental coordination to facilitate the military’s environmental
programs at the state and regional level. There is a DoD Regional Environmental
Coordinator assigned for each of the 10 Environmental Protection Agency federal
regions. The Army established Regional Environmental Offices (REOs) to work on
issues in each specific EPA region. The REO for Fort Riley is the Central REO (CREO)
located in Kansas City, MO. The purpose of the REO is to facilitate consistent
interpretation and application of legal and other requirements at Army installations to
include ensuring command awareness.

      The Environmental Division interacts with the CREO, as well as the various levels
and functions on the installation to facilitate communication of legal and other
requirements. Interaction is through staff calls, environmental training, the installation’s
EQCC, Restoration Advisory Board, Community Action Council, the Garrison
Commander’s Address to the Workforce, and other applicable means to ensure all
personnel (military, civilian, tenant, and contract) are made aware of environmental
requirements.

3.3 Objectives, Targets, and Programs Procedure

Purpose: This procedure documents the process for developing and maintaining
management programs to achieve the Fort Riley environmental objectives and targets and
to meet the guidance established by the ISO 14001:2004 standard and current Army EMS
metrics.

Definitions: Environmental Management Program - an established program for

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achieving the environmental objectives and targets of an organization. Environmental
Objective - overall environmental goal, consistent with the environmental policy.
Environmental Target - a detailed performance requirement that arises from the
environmental objectives. Note: an objective can be expressed directly as a specific
performance level, or may be expressed in a general manner and further defined by one
or more targets. When targets are set they should be measureable by performance.

Approach: Fort Riley designed a Strategic Action Plan to evaluate, and report on, its
overall performance. The Environmental Division is a major player in two of the Major
Objectives of the Strategic Action Plan: sustain and improve installation facilities in
order to support readiness and quality of life; and, sustain and protect the environmental
resources.

The Environmental Division internally established intermediate environmental
performance objectives to support the two major Strategic Action Plan objectives. They
are as follows:

Intermediate Objective             5-Year Goal                         Baseline
1. Ensure all installation         Average of < 1 Notice of            Average = ZERO
operations are conducted           Violation or other
IAW all applicable                 Enforcement Action per
environmental laws,                year for current and
regulations and other              immediately preceding two
guidance                           years
2. Minimize exposure and           5 or more Installation              2 Sites
risks to human health and          Restoration Program sites
the environment from past          at "Record of Decision"
and current practices              stage
3. Reduce the potential for        > 3,000 acres protected             247 acres, 52% of sites and
off-post development and           from development under              4 federally listed species
requirements to protect on-        ACUB AND > 98% of
post resources to impede           archeological sites in
mission execution                  training areas evaluated for
                                   eligibility to be listed on
                                   National Register of Historic
                                   Places AND < 5 federally
                                   listed Threatened &
                                   Endangered species on
                                   Fort Riley

Environmental Performance: The Environmental Division’s performance is evaluated
through an iEPAS. These assessments are performed by the Environmental Division.
The areas evaluated include waste water, drinking water, hazardous waste, solid waste,
pollution prevention, air emissions, pesticide management, EMS, Natural and Cultural
Resources, and Hazardous Materials Management. Assessments may evaluate the


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management of a program area or the environmental activities conducted at a particular
location. The individual SMEs are responsible for progress toward achievement of the
objectives and targets. The Environmental Division, Performance Index (see below) is
used to document overall progress toward achievement of the objectives identified
above. Environmental Division SME’s also are responsible for maintaining the
objectives and targets through review and consideration of the significant aspects, legal
and other requirements, technology options, financial, operational and business
requirements, and the views of interested parties.

Environmental Compliance: In support of the first objective of: ensuring all installation
activities are conducted IAW all applicable environmental laws, regulations, and other
guidance, the Environmental Division developed environmental compliance objectives
and targets to support further the installation’s environmental performance in
association with its significant aspects. These objectives and targets are identified in
the Inspection Standards, Section 15 of the EMP, and are emphasized and evaluated
through the Compliance Inspection Program. Environmental Team members are
responsible for maintaining compliance / conformance with these objectives and targets.
Monthly progress toward objectives and targets is documented in iEPAS assessment
reports and the Compliance Inspection Database, and reported to the Environmental
Division Chief. Quarterly, the environmental performance of the installation’s
organizations is briefed to the EQCC through the use of environmental scorecards (see
below). Annually, environmental performance is reported to higher headquarters
through the iEPAS report. Objectives and targets are reviewed annually, to include
changes or updates, and briefed to the EQCC.

                             Environmental Division, DPW Performance Index                                                                                                           Previous
                     Obj #       Objective Name                     Objective Description                        Measure(s)                Criteria                Rating
                                                                                                                                                                                    Qtr Rating                notes
                                                     Provide services that promote and verify
                             Environmental
                     CEV1                            installation's compliance with environmental             Roll up of PEV1                                     GREEN
                             Compliance
                                                     mandates

                             Environmental           Provide services that sustain environmental           Roll up of PEV2a and
                     CEV2                                                                                                                                         AMBER
                             Sustainment             resources for mission execution and well-being               PEV2b

                                                                                                          Number of months         Green        < 12 mo.
                                                     Ensure all installation operations are conducted IAW since last in-depth      Amber       12-15 mo.    Published February 06
                                                     all laws, regulations and other applicable guidance review of EMP
                                                                                                          completed                 Red         > 15 mo.
                                                                                                                                   Green         100%
                                                     Conduct internal EPAS audits IAW installation's      Percentage of planned                                     100%
                                                                                                                                   Amber        90-99%
                             Identify and Maintain   approved plan                                        audits conducted                                         (13/13)
                     PEV1    Legal and Other                                                                                        Red          <90%
                             Requirements                                                               Percentage of actions      Green         100%
                                                     Submit compliance reports, permit applications and                                                             100%
                                                                                                        completed by regulatory
                                                     fees to regulatory agencies                                                    Red          <100%             (36/36)
                                                                                                        deadline
                                                                                                        Percentage of planned      Green         100%
                                                     Verify installation activities' compliance with    environmental                                               100%
                                                                                                                                   Amber        95-99%
                                                     environmental requirements                         compliance inspections                                    (167/167)
                                                                                                        conducted                   Red          <95%
                                                                                                                                   Green           >4
                                                                                                          Number of IRP sites at
                             Clean Up                Minimize exposure and risks to human health and                               Amber          2-4                                            Should be green in 12 - 18
                     PEV2a                                                                                Record of Decision                                       4 sites
                             Contamination           the environment from past and current practices                                                                                             months
                                                                                                          stage                     Red               <2
                                                                                                                                   Green         >80%

                                                                                                          Natural Resources        Amber        20-80%
                                                                                                                                                                     92
                                                                                                          Indices* Average

                                                                                                                                    Red          <20%

                                                                                                                                   Green         funded
                                                     Reduce the potential for off-post development and    Status of Fort Riley
                             Reduce                                                                                                Amber        approved
                     PEV2b                           on-post resources protection requirements to         ACUB
                             Encroachment                                                                                           Red          in draft
                                                     impede mission execution
                                                                                                                                   Green       Implement                                         Will likely be several years
                                                                                                          Status of Flint Hills    Amber       Complete                                          before substantially
                                                                                                                                                                  Complete
                                                                                                          JLUS                      Red                                                          implemented but partial
                                                                                                                                                 in draft                                        adoption is underway
                                                                                                          % of archeological sites Green         >95%
                                                                                                          in training areas        Amber        50-95%              52%
                                                                                                          evaluated                Red           <50%




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                                     Environmental Scorecard

    Military                  Unit                       # of            # of         %
    Organization                                     Inspections       Compliant   Compliance
                                                                        Results
    1st Brigade       HHC                                  2              2          100%
                      101 FSB                              3              3          100%
                      1 ENG                                3              3          100%
    3rd Brigade       70 EN                                3              3          100%
     th
    4 Brigade         B Co 610 BSB                         2              1          50%
                      D Co 610 BSB                         2              2          100%
                      F Co 610 BSB                         1              1          100%
                      G Co 610 BSB                         2              2          100%
    Sustainment       97 MP                                1              1          100%
    Brigade           172 Chemical                         3              3          100%
                      1 Maintenance                        3              3          100%
     st
    1 Combat Aviation 1-1 AVN                              3              3          100%
    Brigade           3-1 AVN                              8              7          88%
                      601 ASB                              4              3          75%
                      601 CAB                              3              3          100%
                      2-1 CAB                              1              1          100%
                      1-1 ARB                              1              1          100%

    Total                                                 45                 42       93%



4.1 Resources, Roles, Responsibility, and Authority Procedure

Purpose: This procedure documents the resources, roles, responsibility, and authority
for management of Fort Riley’s activities, products, and services to meet the guidance
established by the ISO 14001:2004 standard for an effective EMS and the current Army
EMS Metrics.

Definition: EMS Management Representative (EMR) - Individual(s) appointed by the
Command who, irrespective of other duties, has the authority and responsibility for
environmental management operation. Fort Riley has deemed the EMR the “EMS
Coordinator”.

Approach: Fort Riley ensures the availability of resources essential to establish,
implement, maintain, and improve its EMS by fully supporting an Environmental Division
within the DPW. The Environmental Division provides organizational infrastructure -
personnel with specialized skills, identified in job descriptions that are responsible for
identification of legal and other requirements and technology, and have authority to
commit financial resources - to ensure the environmental performance of Fort Riley.

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The Garrison Commander has responsibility to ensure resources are provided that are
essential to implementation and control of the EMS. Resources include man power and
specialized skills, technology, and financial resources.

The EMS Coordinator, appointed in writing, is responsible for establishment of the EMS.
The EMS Coordinator ensures the EMS is implemented and maintained according to
the requirements of the ISO 14001:2004 standard and the Army EMS metrics.

To maintain adherence with the significant aspects, and objectives and targets, and to
facilitate effective environmental management across the installation, individual roles
and responsibilities are defined, documented, and communicated in the EMP. For
instance, the responsibilities of the Installation Commander, Environmental Division,
other directorates, military units, and Environmental Team Leaders are spelled out in
the Introductory Section of the EMP. More specific instructions for Environmental Team
members are in the individual media area sections of the EMP.

4.2 Competence, Training, and Awareness Procedure

Purpose: This procedure defines the roles and responsibilities for identifying,
documenting, and fulfilling environmental training needs associated with Fort Riley’s
Environmental Management Policy, significant impacts, operational procedures, and
emergency preparedness and response requirements to meet the guidance established
by ISO 14001:2004 standard and the current Army EMS Metrics.

Approach: Fort Riley identified activities that have the potential to cause environmental
impacts; these activities are listed in Appendix E of the EMP. There are two scenarios
in which personnel associated with these activities, must demonstrate competence
and/or obtain training/certification; first as a requirement of employment, and second as
an additional duty requirement.

Requirement of Employment – When a position has a regulatory requirement for
certification/training, the job announcement, and position description will list the
specifics of the requirement. For instance, a Water Treatment Plant Operator, by
Kansas statute, is required to be certified as a Water Treatment Plant Operator.

Additional Duty – If a position, as a condition of employment, does not have regulatory
driver for training/certification, but the position includes a task or additional duty that is
environmentally sensitive, then training must be obtained that is equivalent to the
significance of the environmental impact. For example, a position as a motor vehicle
mechanic that conducts refrigerant/recovery operations must obtain certification as a
certified CFC technician, or a soldier who is given the additional duty as an
Environmental Team Member must attend Environmental Team Training.

Appendix X in the EMP lists the training requirements associated with Fort Riley’s
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employment, the training records/certifications are maintained at the activity and/or in
the personnel folder maintained at the Civilian Personnel Advisory Center, Bldg 319.
Additional duty training records (e.g., Environmental Team Training certificate) are
maintained in the Environmental Site File at the activity.

To meet the ISO 1400:2004 requirements for EMS Awareness Training, the
Environmental Division developed and provides the training classes listed below:
– Civilian New Employees Orientation,
– Military Replacement Briefing,
– Environmental Team Training, and Environmental Team Refresher,
– Company Commander/First Sergeant Orientation Course, and
– Sergeant’s Time Training.

The EMS Awareness Training is included as a separate block of instruction in the above
listed training sessions. EMS Awareness Training provides personnel with a base level
understanding of the environmental issues associated with the installation’s activities
and how these issues are being addressed. Training covers the principal elements of
EMS, the Fort Riley EMS Policy, and the importance of conformance with the policy and
procedures.

Training records (hard and/or electronic) will be kept in at least one of following
locations:
- Civilian Personnel Advisory Center, Bldg 319.
- Military Personnel Service Center, Bldg 7253.
- Environmental Division, Bldg 407.
- Directorate of Emergency Services, Bldg 5000.

Training records will contain the following:
- Employee’s name.
- Description and location of the training course.
- Name and address of the person providing the training.
- Date training was completed.
      - Certificate showing that the employee was trained and tested.

4.3 Communication Procedure

Purpose: This procedure documents the internal and external communication of Fort
Riley’s EMS to meet the guidance established by ISO 14001:2004 standard for an
effective EMS and the current Army Metrics.

Approach: Fort Riley maintains many avenues of internal communication to include the
Garrison Commander’s Staff Call, the Community Action Council, the Garrison
Commander’s Address to the Civilian Workforce, the Interactive Customer Evaluation
(ICE), and Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers (BOSS). In addition there are
division staff calls, email, websites, internal newsletters, etc. used as forums to
encourage feedback.

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Within the Environmental Division, personnel may participate in directorate- and
division-level staff calls, provide input to the Significant Activities Report, use email and
special meetings, and attend training as a means of internal communication. As the
environmental proponent for Fort Riley, the Environmental Division communicates with
Fort Riley’s management through the EQCC meetings held each quarter.

The EMP provides communication between the Environmental Division and the
organizations involved in environmental activities associated with Fort Riley’s significant
aspects. All organizations addressed in the EMP have the opportunity to comment
during its annual review process, and pertinent comments may be incorporated into the
final document. The Environmental Division communicates changes on environmental
procedures to affected organizations mainly through the EMP; however, changes or
updates are also communicated during environmental training, through compliance
inspections, and direct verbal communication with customers. Organizations are
encouraged to contact the SMEs with questions. A complete phone listing of the
Environmental Division is found in the Introduction of the EMP.

Organizations on Fort Riley are required, per the Introduction in the EMP, to notify the
Environmental Division of any changes to activities, products, or services that may
impact the environment. This communication may be verbal or in writing.

Fort Riley documented its decision regarding external communication of its significant
environmental aspects in a memorandum that is updated when aspects change or when
otherwise appropriate. The official memorandum is maintained by the EMS Coordinator
in paper and electronic format.

Communication from interested parties external to Fort Riley is generally initiated
through the Public Affairs Office (PAO). The PAO relays environmental questions and
concerns to the Environmental Division. Regulatory communication generally takes
place between the appropriate Environmental Division program or project managers
and the regulators; the Environmental Division staff records significant communication
in a Memorandum for Record, when appropriate. Official records of communication are
maintained in the central Environmental Division files and the program/project files.
Correspondences with outside agencies (Environmental Protection Agency, Kansas
Department of Health and Environment, United States Fish and Wildlife Service, etc.)
are kept on file at DPW in Building 330.

4.5 Control of Documents Procedure

Purpose: This procedure documents the process for controlling Fort Riley’s EMP, the
document that supports the operation of the Fort Riley EMS, and meets the guidance
established by the ISO 14001:2004 Standard for an effective EMS and the current Army
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Definitions: Documents – information and its supporting medium, to be maintained
and reused; examples: EMP, blank inspection forms, EMS Policy, EMS Procedures.
Records (5.4) – file stating results achieved or providing evidence of activities
performed, can be stored away; examples: training records, EQCC minutes, completed
inspection forms.

Approach: Responsibility for management of the EMP rests with the Environmental
Division. Its annual revision is the responsibility of the EMS Coordinator, the
Compliance Inspectors, and SMEs. It is staffed with a Decision Paper through the
military units and civilian organizations on the installation; the approving authority is the
Garrison Commander.

The Environmental Division maintains the most current version of the EMP on the Fort
Riley intranet. The EMP is formatted to include a header on each page that states,
“This is an uncontrolled Document printed on (current date) for reference only.” In
addition, each page has a footer that identifies the document title, version number, page
number, section, and date. These document control mechanisms help ensure
individuals are using the most current version.

    a. Annual revision: A complete revision/update of the EMP is accomplished each
       year. New versions are distributed to organizations following a prescribed
       distribution list and an installation-wide memo is forwarded to alert personnel of
       the update.

    b. Updates: Each section of the EMP is dated and separately numbered to allow
       for follow-up distribution of an updated section. Distribution follows the same
       manner as described for an annual revision. Personnel are instructed to replace
       sections in their copy of the EMP with the updates as they are distributed.

The Compliance Inspectors hand-deliver a copy of the EMP to all organizations on Fort
Riley that are inspected. Organizations that are inspected are required to maintain a
current version of the EMP in their site file. Others may obtain a copy of the EMP from
the Environmental Division Training Instructor, download a copy from the intranet site,
or can pick up a copy or CD from the Environmental Division, Bldg 407, Pershing Court.
Obsolete EMPs are destroyed.

All other EMS documentation, required by ISO 14001 and not already addressed in the
EMP, is maintained by the EMS Coordinator in the EMS files: the Fort Riley
Environmental Policy, the seven significant aspects, the EMS Procedures, the EMS
Implementation Plan, and the EMS Internal Audit Procedures. These documents are
reviewed annually and updated as needed. It is the responsibility of the EMS
Coordinator for making recommendations regarding updates to these documents to
ensure continuing suitability, adequacy, and effectiveness.

Individual Environmental Division program managers and SMEs maintain documents for
information on applicable environmental laws or other requirements, process

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information, product information, pertinent contractor and supplier information, and
information on emergency preparedness and response.

4.6 Operational Control Procedure

Purpose: This procedure documents the Fort Riley EMS requirements for operational
control of the key characteristics of activities that are associated with the significant
aspects and to meet the guidance established in the ISO14001:2004 Standard for an
effective EMS and the current Army EMS Metrics.

Definition: operational controls are Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), work
practices, or instructions for mission activities or operations, including those associated
with significant aspects.

Approach: Individual sections of the EMP provide procedural guidance to ensure
activities that could significantly impact the environment are performed in a manner that
protects human health and the environment.

The separate sections of the EMP communicate the responsibilities and procedures to
be followed by all personnel (military, civilian, tenant, and contract) involved in activities
that may cause an environmental impact. A list of specific operational areas is found in
Appendix E of the EMP. Environmental sites that require more specialized operational
procedures are identified in Appendix X of the EMP, along with the procedure title and
date.

The operational procedures are written to address specific legal requirements that are
viewed as critical to Fort Riley and to ensure that activities are managed in accordance
with Fort Riley’s EMS Policy. In the EMP the operational procedures are written to
concentrate on the day-to-day environmental activities and provide specific instructions
on how to conduct environmentally sensitive activities or provide direction to more
specific operational control documents.

4.7 Emergency Preparedness and Response Procedure

Purpose: This procedure documents the Fort Riley EMS requirements for identifying
and responding to accidents and emergency situations and preventing and mitigating
environmental impacts that may result from activities that can have a significant impact
on the environment and to meet the guidance established by the ISO 14001:2004
Standard for an effective EMS and the current Army EMS Metrics.

Approach: Individual sections of the EMP provide procedural guidance to ensure
activities that could significantly impact the environment are performed in a manner that
protects human health and the environment.

The EMP outlines emergency procedures for releases that are within the ability of the
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quantity or petroleum products in quantities or settings that have the potential to
adversely impact the environment in the event of a release, is required to maintain a
site-specific spill control plan (SSSCP) for its facility in the Environmental Site file.
These plans specifically identify areas of concern from accidental releases of hazardous
material, hazardous waste, universal waste, and controlled material. The SSSCPs
establish organizational responsibilities, duties, procedures, and resources to be
employed to contain, mitigate, and clean up discharges of oil and hazardous
substances. A list of Environmental Sites is listed in Appendix E of the EMP.

The Environmental Division is responsible for maintenance of the Fort Riley Spill
Prevention, Control, and Countermeasures Plan (SPCCP) and the Installation Spill
Contingency Plan (ISCP). The SPCCP identifies all known operational sites where oil
and hazardous substances are used, stored, or transferred. The SPCCP establishes
procedures and guidelines to prevent, detect, and report oil and hazardous substances
spills on or off Fort Riley, including the activities of Fort Riley’s tenants and contractors.
The plan identifies potential spill sites, prevention procedures, maintenance programs,
and required training. The SPCCP is used in conjunction with the Installation Spill
Contingency Plan (ISCP), which is Fort Riley’s plan for responding to oil and hazardous
substances spills on or off Fort Riley. A spill into the environment triggers a response
under the ISCP. The ISCP establishes the installation’s responsibilities, duties,
procedures, and resources to be employed to contain, mitigate, and clean up
discharges of oil and hazardous substances.

The SPCCP and ISCP are periodically tested, reviewed, and revised by the
Environmental Division and other Fort Riley staff. The SPCCP is reviewed at least
every five years in accordance with 40 CFR 112.5b. In addition the SPCCP will be
reviewed and amended, as necessary, whenever any of the following occur:
- Applicable regulations are revised.
- The plan fails in an emergency (or in a mock emergency).
- Fort Riley changes in its design, construction, operation, maintenance, or any other
  circumstance that materially increases the potential for fires, explosions, or releases of
  oil and hazardous substances, or that changes the response necessary in an
  emergency.
- The list of emergency coordinators changes.
- The list of emergency equipment changes.

These two plans and SSSCPs are maintained by the Installation Spill Coordinator in the
Environmental Division. A copy of SSSCPs are kept at each environmental site, as an
inspectable item in the Environmental Site file.

5.1 Monitoring and Measurement Procedure

Purpose: This procedure documents the Fort Riley EMS method for monitoring and
measuring the key characteristics of activities that can have a significant impact on the
environment to meet the guidance established by the ISO14001:2004 Standard for an
effective EMS and the current Army EMS Metrics.

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Approach: Please see 3.3 Objectives, Targets, and Programs for the monitoring and
measurement procedures.

5.2 Evaluation of Compliance Procedure

Purpose: This procedure documents the Fort Riley EMS method for evaluating
compliance with legal and other requirements and to meet the guidance established by
the ISO 14001:2004 Standard for an effective EMS and the current Army EMS Metrics.

Approach: The Environmental Division, Compliance Inspection Program (hereafter
called the Compliance Inspection Program) was developed to ensure all organizations
conducting activities that could significantly impact the environment perform in a manner
that protects human health and the environment. The program was also developed to
ensure compliance with applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations.

The Compliance Inspection Program established several types of compliance
inspections that include:
    monthly, quarterly or annual multi-media inspections;
    unannounced, random field inspections;
    quarterly refrigerant recovery and recycle inspections;
    quarterly pesticide handling facility inspections;
    permitted site inspections;
    industrial stormwater inspections;
    construction stormwater inspection; and
    sediment basin inspections.

The multi-media inspections include but are not limited to: air emissions, solid waste
and recycling, hazardous materials, hazardous and universal wastes, controlled
materials, used oil, storage tanks, drinking water, storm water, vehicle washing, and
spills. The separate sections of the EMP communicate the responsibilities and
organizational procedures to be followed by all personnel (military, civilian, tenant and
contract) involved in activities that may cause an environmental impact. A list of specific
operational areas is found in Appendix E of the EMP. All environmental compliance
inspection results are recorded on an associated inspection checklist. Copies of
inspection checklists are found in various appendices in the EMP.

Every organization on Fort Riley that generates hazardous waste, universal waste, or
controlled materials is required to conduct weekly self-inspections and record the results
on the weekly inspection checklist. All associated weekly inspection forms are also
located in the EMP.

Fort Riley organizations are also subject to inspection by state and federal regulators at
any time; without prior notice, for all requirements outlined in the EMP.


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The results of all inspections are compiled in a quarterly rollup that is distributed to
upper management for review. The Environmental Division Chief and branch chiefs
review the information to track performance, evaluate conformance with the
environmental objectives and targets, and to make decisions about changes and
updates to the EMP, and the associated Compliance Inspection Program. The
information is also provided to the installation’s command through the EQCC.

5.3 Nonconformance and Corrective and Preventive Action Procedure

Purpose: This procedure documents Fort Riley’s EMS approach and responsibilities for
addressing identified nonconformance within its EMS to meet the guidance established
in the ISO 14001:2004 and current Army EMS Metrics.

Approach: Section 15 describes the Compliance Inspection Program, and method for
identifying nonconformance. The Compliance Inspectors evaluate each organization’s
environmental program and record keeping practices. Environmental compliance by
military units is the responsibility of the unit commanders; environmental compliance by
civilian organizations is the responsibility of the directors. To keep the chain of
command informed and involved on upcoming inspections, as well as inspection results,
inspection scheduling is coordinated through the military unit or organization’s
Environmental Team Leader (ETL). To ensure commanders and directors are aware of
any potential violations, the presence of the ETL or other trained representative is
required during inspections.

The first line of defense against nonconformance is the weekly self-inspections
conducted by the Environmental Team at each military unit or organization. When
nonconformance is identified during a self-inspection it is the responsibility of the
Environmental Team to correct the nonconformance if it is within their power to do so.

Inspection Procedure. Before each formal inspection of an organization by the
Compliance Inspectors, Environmental Division, the Compliance Inspectors will
perform a “pre-inspection” of the organization’s facilities. The procedure followed
during that pre-inspection will be the same followed during a formal inspection. If the
organization is found to meet or exceed the above-described Inspection Standards
during that pre-inspection, the pre-inspection will substitute for and serve as the
organization’s formal inspection. If the organization is found not to meet the
Inspections Standards, the Compliance Inspector will conduct a formal inspection of
the organization at a time of his or her choosing. As described above, that formal
inspection may be unannounced. The Compliance Inspector will out-brief and/or
provide the Battalion Commander or organization Director (or representative) a copy of
the inspection results after each formal inspection. A copy of the non-compliant
inspection results will be left with the organization to file in the organization’s
Environmental Site File only when the organization is found to not meet the Inspection
Standards during a formal inspection. In the event an organization is found to have
failed to meet the Inspection Standards during a formal inspection, the Compliance
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and the Environmental Division’s Chief will notify the Garrison Commander, the
installation’s Commanding General and, for Military units, the unit’s Brigade
Commander. In addition, re-inspection of the organization will be scheduled as
follows: (Note: Days are calendar days.)

− Non-Compliant Initial Re-Inspection: A re-inspection will be performed in seven
days. If failure to meet the Inspection Standard is still found, the Compliance Inspector
will out-brief the Director/Battalion Commander and schedule a second re-inspection in
15 days.
− Non-Compliant Second Re-inspection: If failure to meet the Inspection Standards is
still found the Chief, Environmental Division will again notify the Garrison Commander,
the installation’s Commanding General and, for Military units, the unit’s Brigade
Commander within 2 working days of the re-inspection.

Nonconformance identified by a Compliance Inspector may be handled as an on-the-
spot correction for those deficiencies that can be rectified easily.

When a Compliance Inspector deems that a nonconformance is major, requiring root-
cause analysis and preventive action, the inspector will communicate with his or her
branch chief and appropriate program managers to develop a preventive and/or
corrective action to alleviate the nonconformance. If the nonconformance affects other
organizations, an update to the EMP will be accomplished to inform all concerned.

In addition to the Compliance Inspection Program, the Environmental Division annually
conducts an iEPAS audit in accordance with Army guidance. The iEPAS not only
assesses media areas for nonconformance against established protocols, but assesses
environmental program management as well. The iEPAS assessments are
documented and any nonconformance is input into the EPAS Database for tracking.
Preventive/corrective action is also developed.

Any employee may report nonconformance to any Environmental Division employee.
The report will be documented by the individual receiving the report and they will make
appropriate coordination with the branch chief or program coordinator to determine the
severity of the nonconformance and develop preventive/corrective action.

Any corrective or preventive action taken to eliminate the nonconformance must be
appropriate to the magnitude of the problem and commensurate with the environmental
impact encountered. The actions taken to correct nonconformance will include both
short-and long-term response where appropriate.

5.4 Control of Records Procedure

Purpose: This procedure documents the process for the establishment, storage,
retention, and disposition of records supporting the operation of the Fort Riley EMS to
meet the guidance established in the ISO 14001:2004 and current Army EMS Metrics.

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Definitions: Documents (4.5) – information and its supporting medium, to be
maintained and reused; examples: EMP, blank inspection forms, EMS Implementation
Plan. Records – file stating results achieved or providing evidence of activities
performed, can be stored away; examples: training records, EQCC minutes, completed
inspection forms.

Approach: Records are maintained by the appropriate level of personnel; in each
section, the EMP lists the requirements for identification, maintenance, and disposition
of environmental records that include training records, inspection results, audits, and
reviews applicable to the associated media area (e.g., air emissions, hazardous
material, hazardous waste, universal waste and controlled materials, etc.). In addition,
records will be managed so that they are stored and maintained in an organized and
readily retrievable manner and are disposed of according to established retention times.
Most often, records will be maintained at the organization in a site-specific site file that
is readily available to inspectors, assessors, and auditors. Appendix K of the EMP lists
the Table of Contents for an Environmental Site File. Generally, it is the responsibility of
each organization’s Environmental Team to ensure the organization’s records are
maintained.

Records maintained by the EMS Coordinator: appointment orders, Management Review
records (EQCC minutes), external communication of EMS memo, iEPAS audit records,
and internal and external EMS audit records.

The Environmental Training Coordinator maintains training records for EMS and other
pertinent environmental training.

5.5 Internal Audit Procedure

Purpose: This procedure documents the Fort Riley EMS requirements for conducting
periodic audits to meet the ISO 14001:2004 guidance document and the current Army
EMS metrics for implementation.

Approach: Fort Riley uses its iEPAS to evaluate the installation’s day-to-day
environmental performance, including EMS. This procedure applies to all elements of
the EMS in place at Fort Riley and addresses all organizations listed in Appendix E of
the EMP. An internal audit of the EMS will be conducted at least annually per IMCOM
directive. The audits may be planned to cover all or part of the EMS during the current
year, with the entire EMS being audited at least every five years.

The EMS will be audited to verify that environmental activities conform to planned
arrangements stated in the EMP. Also the audit will confirm Fort Riley’s EMS is
properly implemented, is operating effectively, and is maintained according to ISO
14001:2004. Audit results will be provided to upper management at least annually
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The scope and frequency of the audit will be based on the environmental importance of
the activities, the results of previous audits, and any direction received from upper
management. The priorities and activities audited are identified in the schedule and
table found in the internal Environmental Performance Assessment Plan (iEPAP). The
EPAS U.S. Team Guide (March 2008), EMS Audit Protocol, (Section 14) will be used as
a guide for evaluating all elements of the EMS.

Responsibility: The EMS Coordinator will plan and execute the internal EMS audit.
This includes being responsible for: developing the scope of the audit, scheduling,
managing, and conducting the EMS audit. The EMS Coordinator may modify the audit
scope and plan when the conditions warrant changes. The EMS Coordinator is
responsible for documenting the audit results, conformance and non-conformance, in
writing, and will report audit findings to the Environmental Division Chief. The Chief in
turn will identify pertinent findings to be reported to upper management during
subsequent Management Review Meetings.

Other program areas will be audited by SMEs. Findings are reported to the EMS
Coordinator. The EMS Coordinator reports to the Environmental Division Chief the
status of the assessments conducted for inclusion in the internal Quarterly
Environmental Performance Report. An Internal Environmental Assessment Report
(iEAR) is prepared annually. This report summarizes the activities undertaken during
the FY against the internal Environmental Performance Assessment Plan, any
alterations to the plan, the areas assessed, reasons areas were not assessed,
assessment findings, and corrective actions taken or underway. This report is staffed
(as appropriate) and signed by the Garrison Commander for submission to the Director,
West Region, IMCOM by 1 October of the current year.

6 Management Review Procedure

Purpose: This procedure documents the Management Review of the EMS to ensure its
adequacy and effectiveness and to meet the guidance established by the
ISO14001:2004 standard and the Army EMS metrics.

Approach: Fort Riley management, in the form of the EQCC, has responsibility for
reviewing and making recommendations regarding the suitability, adequacy, and
effectiveness of the EMS. At least one EQCC meeting annually will include
management review of the EMS as a topic of discussion. The Garrison Commander,
who chairs the EQCC, has ultimate responsibility for the success of the EMS and will
actively participate in the management review process. The EQCC members as
management representatives for the installation have responsibility and authority to
ensure that the requirements of the EMS are implemented and followed.

The EMS Coordinator has responsibility to keep management informed of the progress
of the EMS through all available avenues including but not limited to quarterly EQCC
meetings, weekly Environmental Division Staff Calls, and Quarterly Status Briefs as
appropriate. The EMS Coordinator has additional responsibility to ensure that all

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necessary information is collected and presented to allow management to carry out the
management review process.

      Management Review meetings will be comprehensive though not all of the
elements of the EMS need to be reviewed at once and the process may take place over
a period of time. The observations, conclusions, and recommendations of Management
Review will be documented in the EQCC Meeting Minutes. Any required actions will be
tracked by the EMS Coordinator. In addition, the EMS Coordinator will maintain records
of environmental reporting to management (e.g., iEPAS audit results, Environmental
Quality Reports, etc.). These records document the installation’s progress toward
meeting the objectives and targets, and will be used to frame discussions at the
Management Review meetings.




      The EMS Procedures were reviewed, updated, and approved:

      ____________________                              __________
      EMS Coordinator                                   date

      ____________________                              __________
      Compliance Branch Chief                           date

      ____________________                              __________
      Environmental Division Chief                      date




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