Oklahoma Tire Facility Inspection Checklist by cxb13183

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									                                     WASTE TIRE PROCESSING FACILITY INSPECTION REPORT*
* Note: Waste tire processing facilities are subject to the solid waste processing facility requirements of OAC 252:520 Subchapter 13 in addition
to these requirements. The Solid Waste Processing Facility checklist must be used in conjunction with the Waste Tire Processing Facility
checklist.

Facility name:        _________________________________________________
Permit #:              _________________________________________________
Date of Inspection:   _________________________________________________

                                                                      DESCRIPTION
                                      Enter Y or N as appropriate. Enter N/A for any areas which are not applicable.
                                                    Violations should be explained further in the narrative.
  ITEM                        Non-compliance with underlined, bold, italicized entries are candidates for level 1 violations.
                   Non-compliance with bold, italicized entries are candidates for critical violations. Others are generally non-critical.
                                 Citations listed after each requirement are from OAC 252:520 unless otherwise specified.
     1       FIRE PROTECTION
             1. Does the facility have a written fire protection plan? [21-5(a)]
             2. Has the plan been submitted to and approved by the local fire fighting agency? [21-5(a)]
             3. Was a document indicating the plan was approved signed by the local firefighting official responsible for fire protection and
                included in the permit application? [21-5(a)]
             4. Does the facility have access to a fire hydrant with sufficient water pressure to meet the facility’s protection needs?
                [21-5(a)]
             5. Does the facility have an adequate number of fire extinguishers? [21-5(a)]
             6. Does the facility maintain at least a fifty (50) foot fire lane around the perimeter of each tire pile or tire pile and
                shredder? [21-5(b)]
             7. Are the fire lanes unobstructed? [21-5(b)]
             8. Are fire lanes free of trash? [21-5(b)]
     2       RESTRICTED ZONES
             1. Does the facility maintain a buffer zone of at least seventy-five (75) feet between adjacent property and stored whole tires?
                [21-5(c)]
             2. Does the facility maintain a butter zone of at least seventy-five (75) feet between adjacent property and processed tire
                materials? [21-5(c)]
     3       VISUAL SCREENING
             1. Has the facility provided visual screening in order to improve aesthetic compatibility with adjacent land uses? [21-5(d)]
     4       DISEASE VECTOR CONTROL
             1. Has the facility provided information on the procedures which will be used to monitor and control           vermin populations?
                [21-5(e)]
             2. Has the facility installed mosquito monitoring devices? [21-5(e)]
             3. Does the facility monitor for mosquito populations and determine whether action is warranted to control them? [21-5(e)]
             4. Does the facility implement mosquito control measures as necessary? [21-5(e)]
     5       SURFACE DRAINAGE
             1. Is each tire pile bounded by a berm to prevent surface water runoff? [21-5(f)]
             2. Is runoff collected by the berms diverted into an evaporation pond? [21-5(f)]
             3. Has any water been discharged from the site without a discharge permit from the Department or consent of a sewer
                system owner? [21-5 (f)]
     6       RECORDKEEPING & REPORTING
             1. Does the facility maintain a daily log of operations for each load of tires received reflecting the following:
                a. The identification of the hauler? [21-6(a)(1)]
                b. The counted number of tires from each waste tire source? [21-6(a)(2)]
                c. The identification of each waste tire source? [21-6(a)(3)]
                d. The number of tires processed each day? [21-6(a)(4)]
                e. The use of the processed tires? [21-6(a)(4)]
             2. Does the facility report the number of tires received each month to the DEQ by the 10th day of the following month?
                [21-6(b)]
             3. Does the facility submit mosquito monitoring reports to the DEQ by the 10th day of the following month? [21-6(b)]




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    7      VOLUME OF TIRES
           1. Does the facility limit storage of whole tires to amount allowed by permit? [21-6(c)]
           2. Does the facility limit storage of processed tires to amount allowed by permit? [21-6(c)]
           3. Does the facility determine the number of tires processed by dividing the number of pounds of processed material by
               18.7? [21-3(e)]
           4. Does the facility weigh on scales tested and certified IAW Department of Agriculture procedures? [21[3(e)]
           5. Does the facility insure its scales are inspected at least quarterly by the Department of Agriculture or an approved
               contractor? [21-3(e)]
    8      PROCESSING TIME
           1. Does the facility insure no tires remain unprocessed for more than one month? [21-6(c)]
    9      ACTIVE PORTION
           1. Are whole tires stored in orderly piles with a base area no greater than 200 feet by 150 feet? [21-6(d)]
           2. Are whole tire piles maintained at a maximum height of seven (7) feet? [21-6(d)]
           3. Are side slopes of whole tire piles maintained at no greater than two (2) horizontal to one (1) vertical? [21-6(d)]
           4. Are processed tire material piles maintained at a maximum height of twenty(20) feet? [21-6(d)]
           5. Are processed tire material piles maintained with a sustainable side slope? [21-6(d)]
           6. Is the base of processed tire material piles maintained at 200 feet by 150 feet? [21-6(d)]
           7. Does the facility maintain only one (1) active pile receiving whole tires at any time? [21-6(d)]
           8. Does the facility maintain only one (1) active pile receiving processed tires at any time? [21-6(d)]
    10     AIR QUALITY CRITERIA
           1. If necessary, has the facility applied for and been issued a permit for air emissions? [21-6(e)]
           2. Does the facility comply with all applicable Air Quality regulations? [21-6(e)]
    11     MANIFESTS
           1. Does the facility use an Oklahoma Waste Tire Reimbursement Manifest when transporting more than 10 used tires?
               [21-7(a)]
           2. Is the manifest printed on a four-part carbonless form? [21-7-(a)]
           3. Does each manifest have a unique identifying number? [21-7(a)]
           4. Does the facility return a completed copy of the manifest to the tire dealer/generator within thirty (30) days of receipt of the
               waste tires? [21-7(b)]
           5. Does the facility maintain copies of all manifests for five years? [21-7(b)]
    12     DISMANTLERS/PARTS RECYCLERS
           1. Does the facility collect waste tires from automotive dismantlers or parts recyclers? If no, go to item 13.1.
           2. Does the facility request compensation for the processing of these tires? If no, go to item 13.1.
               a. Does the facility insure that the dismantler/parts recycler attaches to the manifest an      itemization by month of the
                    number of vehicles purchased after January 1, 1996 which were originally licensed in the State of Oklahoma AND
                    reported to have been dismantled on the Dismantler’s Report filed with the Used Motor Vehicle Commission since the
                    date tires were last collected from the dismantler/recycler? [21-8]
           3. Is the number of tires for which compensation has been requested equal to no more than 5 times the number of vehicles
               reported to have been dismantled on the itemized statement attached to the manifest? [21-8]
    13     COLLECTION OF TIRES
           1. Does the facility regularly engage in the collection, transportation and delivery of waste tires, on a statewide basis, and from
               each county of the state? [27A O.S. 2-11-406(B)(3)(a)]
    14     STORAGE
           1. Is the inventory of processed tire material at the facility equal to a maximum of three (3) years of operation or the
               amount for which they have provided financial assurance under their solid waste permit, whichever is less?
               [27A O.S. 2-11-407(B)]
    15     FINANCIAL ASSURANCE
           Closure
           1. Does the o/o have a detailed written estimate of closure costs? [23-36] If yes, continue.
               a. Do the closure cost estimates detail the cost of hiring a third party to perform closure?
                    [23-36 & 23-39(a)(4)]
               b. Has the o/o adjusted closure costs for inflation no later than April 9 of each year? [27A O.S. 2-10-701]

                    Previous costs:     $___________________           After inflation adjustment: $_________________
               c.   Has the o/o increased closure cost estimates when changes in the closure plan or permit modifications
                    increase the cost of closure? [23-40(b) & 27A O.S. 2-10-701]

                    Previous costs:     $___________________               After adjustment: $_________________
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           2.   Has the o/o established financial assurance for closure of this site through an approved financial assurance mechanism?
                [23-40(a) & 27A O.S. 2-10-701] If yes, what financial assurance mechanism(s) is(are) used?

           Trust    Surety    Letter of     Insurance     State approved     Escrow        Local Government
           Fund     Bond      Credit                      mechanism          Account           Test

           3.   Has the o/o revised the financial assurance mechanism to account for increases in closure costs based on inflation,
                changes to the closure plan, or permit modifications? [27A O.S. 2-10-701]




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