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					                     The PCL System
                     Compliant Cleaning Solvent
   For South Coast Air Quality Management District Rule 1171 VOC changes,
                             effective July 1, 2005
                       Delivery Begins May, 2005




PCL VOC-Compliant Solvent & Paint-Related Waste Services
  ▼   PCL Compliant Cleaning Solvent 25 gm/ltr VOC Compliant Solvent
      for South Coast AQMD RULE 1171. Solvent Cleaning Operations —
      Solvent Requirements for Surface Cleaning, Repair and Maintenance
      Cleaning and Cleaning of Coatings or Adhesives Application Equipment

  ▼   Paint-Related Waste Services
      to meet the requirements of the CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS —
      TITLE 22, Section 66261
                                             VOC Changes for Solvent Cleaning Operations – Effective July 1, 2005
                                             South Coast AQMD RULE 1171. Solvent Cleaning Operations
                                             Edited portions of the Rule 1171 shown here. For a complete copy of the text go to
                                             http://www.aqmd.gov/rules/reg/reg11/r1171.pdf



                                             (a) Purpose and Applicability                            work areas. Each distinct method of cleaning in a
                                                                                                      cleaning process, which consists of a series of
                                             The purpose of this rule is to reduce emissions          cleaning methods, shall constitute a separate
                                             of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and                 solvent cleaning operation.
                                             stratospheric ozone-depleting or global-warming
                                             compounds from solvent cleaning operations and           (55) SURFACE PREPARATION is the removal of
This brochure outlines changes in            activities, and from the storage and disposal of         contaminants such as dust, soil, oil, grease, etc.,
SOUTH COAST AIR QUALITY                      these materials used in solvent cleaning operations,     prior to coating, adhesive, or ink applications.
MANAGEMENT DISTRICT (SCAQMD)                 which is solvent cleaning conducted as part
Solvent Cleaning Operations Rule             of a business. This rule applies to all persons          (59) WIPE CLEANING is the method of cleaning a
1171, and requirements under the             who use VOC containing materials in solvent              surface by physically rubbing it with a material such
CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS,              cleaning operations during the production, repair,       as a rag, paper, sponge or a cotton swab moistened
TITLE 22, for businesses that use or         maintenance, or servicing of parts, products,            with a solvent.
dispose of hazardous materials.              tools, machinery, equipment, or general work
                                             areas, and to all persons who store and dispose of       (c) Requirements
                                             VOC-containing materials used in solvent cleaning
SCAQMD RULE 1171                             operations.                                              (c)(1) Solvent Requirements
PCL System Customers within the South        (b) Definitions                                           A person shall not use a solvent to perform solvent
Coast Air Quality Management District                                                                 cleaning operations unless the solvent complies
(SCAQMD) will be receiving the new           (2) APPLICATION EQUIPMENT is a device used               with the applicable requirements set forth below:
PCL 2085 Compliant Cleaning Solvent,         to apply adhesive, coating, ink, or polyester resin
which meets SCAQMD Rule 1171.                materials.                                                  (A) Product Cleaning During
                                                                                                                Manufacturing Process Or Surface
As required by SCAQMD Rule 1171 for          (4) ARCHITECTURAL COATING is any coating                           Preparation For Coating, Adhesive,
Solvent Cleaning Operations, the new         applied to stationary structures and their                         Or Ink Application
                                             appurtenances, to mobile homes, to pavements,                      – (i) General: 25 gm/ltr (0.21 lbs/gal)
25 gm/ltr (0.21 lbs/gal) solvent can be
                                             or to curbs.
used to clean Spray Equipment, Surface
Cleaning prior to painting or repair and     (43) REPAIR CLEANING is a solvent cleaning                  (B) Repair and Maintenance Cleaning
Maintenance Cleaning.                                                                                           – (i) General: 25 gm/ltr (0.21 lbs/gal)
                                             operation or activity carried out during a repair
New green PCL labels will be applied to      process.
                                                                                                         (C) Cleaning of Coatings or Adhesives
PCL System drums to identify the new                                                                            Application Equipment
                                             (49) SOLVENT CLEANING is the removal of loosely
solvent, or as needed, new green PCL         held uncured adhesives, uncured inks, uncured                      – 25 gm/ltr (0.21 lbs/gal)
drums will be installed.                     coatings, and contaminants which include, but
                                             are not limited to, dirt, soil, and grease from parts,
CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS               products, tools, machinery, equipment, and general
– TITLE 22
PCL Customers also need to be aware of
information pertaining to their business     The PCL System Solvent & Equipment
regarding paint-related waste streams
such as booth filters, cup liners and paint   ▼ Solvent –                                              ▼ Equipment –
cans in accordance with “California
                                             2085B Compliant Cleaning Solvent – 25 gm/ltr             The PCL System consists of two 55-gallon steel
Code of Regulations” “Title 22”.
                                             (0.21 lbs/gal) – Meets SCAQMD Rule 1171 (c) (1)          drums. The first is The PCL System Solvent drum,
                                             Solvent Requirements, (A) Surface Preparation (i)        for accepting, storing and dispensing clean
                                             General, (B) Repair and Maintenance Cleaning (i)         solvent. The second is The PCL System Paint
COMPLIANCE WITH BOTH SCAQMD                  General, (C) Cleaning of Coatings or Adhesives           Related Waste Drum for storing used (dirty) solvent
RULE 1171 & CALIFORNIA CODE OF               Application Equipment.                                   (waste) until it is removed by PCL. Included with
REGULATIONS – TITLE 22 are required                                                                   the PCL Solvent Drum, is a FM listed rotary steel
if you use or dispose of hazardous           The Solvent is delivered in bulk into a PCL System       solvent pump. Included with the Paint Related
materials in the outlined district.          drum located at your facility. Solvent delivery is       Waste Drum is a FM listed safety drum (solvent)
                                             determined by your usage requirements and is             funnel and flame arrestor.
                                             set for delivery on a scheduled basis. Once the
If you have any questions or need            solvent has been used, the dirty solvent (waste)
                                             is deposited in to the Waste Drum. Solvent in            ▼ Gun Cleaners –
additional information, please               the waste drum is removed at the time of the next
contact your local PCL Sales                 solvent delivery.                                        Automatic Gun Cleaners are also available.
Representative at (800) 752-1566
for information on services to
manage your paint-related waste
needs.
Regulations for California Businesses that use or dispose of hazardous waste
California Code of Regulations - Title 22 66261
Edited & clarified portions of the Regulation are shown here. For a complete copy of the text go to
http://ccr.oal.ca.gov and search under Title 22, Division 4.5, Chapter 11, Article 1 General, 66261.2 Definition of Waste.



                                                        California Regulations Requirements                     ▼ Recycler Paint Solids
 If your business uses hazardous materials such
 as paint, solvents, cleaners, etc., and disposes of    Paint and coatings such as those typically used         Recycler Paint Solids created during the recycling
 the waste products, you are probably a hazardous       in the automotive industry, are generally solvent       process are hazardous and must be disposed
 waste generator. As a hazardous waste generator,       based and subject to hazardous waste regulations        of as hazardous waste, unless they have been
 you are subject to federal state and local laws,       and must be disposed of according to Title 22,          tested by a state certified testing lab by using the
 regulations, licenses and permit requirements.         including cans, containers, cup liners, paint booth     toxicity characteristic leaching procedure (TCLP),
                                                        filters, paint strainers or rags.                        soluble threshold limit concentration (STLC) or
                                                                                                                total threshold limit concentration (TTLC) values
                                                                                                                as required by Title 22.

                                                        ▼ Cans, Containers & Cup Liners
California Code of Regulations –                        For cans, containers & cup liners that held a
Title 22.                                               material that can be readily poured, all material
                                                        must be removed by any practicable means                 PCL Waste-Related Services
Section 66261.                                          including draining, pouring, pumping or aspirating
                                                        before the container is considered empty. It is          PCL offers several Hazardous Waste Services
                                                        common practice to rinse cans, containers & cup          for Paint-Related and/or Hazardous Waste.
According to the California Health and Safety Code,
a hazardous waste generator is any business that        liners to remove any coatings or paint hazardous
                                                                                                                 These services are in addition to the service
produces a waste or combination of wastes which         waste before disposal. Or if the material is allowed
                                                                                                                 offered through The PCL System.
because of its quantity, concentration or physical,     to harden in the can, container or cup liner, it must
chemical or infectious characteristics may either       be disposed of entirely as hazardous waste.               ▼ Hazardous Waterborne Waste Removal
“cause or significantly contribute to an increase
in mortality or an increase in serious irreversible                                                               ▼ Hazardous Sludge Waste Removal
or incapacitating reversible illness,” or “pose a
                                                        ▼ Paint Booth Filters                                     ▼ Hazardous Solids Waste Removal
substantial presence or potential hazard to human
health or environment when improperly treated,          Exhaust paint booth filters which collect coatings
stored, transported, or disposed of or otherwise                                                                  ▼ Antifreeze Removal
                                                        or paint which is hazardous, must be disposed of
managed.”                                               as hazardous waste, unless a sample of the filter          ▼ Motor Oil Removal
                                                        has been tested by a state certified testing lab by
A hazardous waste can be a solid (hard paint,           using the toxicity characteristic leaching procedure
rags, strainers, cups, liners, paint booth filters),                                                               ▼ Hazardous Water Waste Removal
                                                        (TCLP), soluble threshold limit concentration
semi-solid, liquid or a contained gaseous substance     (STLC) or total threshold limit concentration (TTLC)
that may have one or more of the following
                                                                                                                  ▼ Paint Booth Filter Removal
                                                        values as required by Title 22.                                – Fiberglass, Cardboard, Paper,
properties:                                                                                                               Styrofoam and Rolls
            ▼   Ignitable
                                                                                                                  ▼ Paint Solids Removal
            ▼   Toxic                                   ▼ Paint Strainers or Rags                                      – Hard Paint (dry), Stack
            ▼   Reactive                                                                                                 Scrapings, Floor Debris, Rags,
                                                        Paint strainers or rags which are used with a coating            Recycler Paint Solids,
            ▼   Corrosive
                                                        or paint application which is hazardous, must be                 Cup Liners, Paint Strainers
            ▼   Infectious                              disposed of as hazardous waste, unless they have
            ▼ Carcinogenic                              been tested by a state certified testing lab by using      ▼ Hazardous Waste Lab Analysis
                                                        the toxicity characteristic leaching procedure
A list of hazardous waste collected by Body Shops       (TCLP), soluble threshold limit concentration
can be found in California Code of Regulations, Title   (STLC) or total threshold limit concentration (TTLC)
22, Section 66261.21 – 66261.24. An example of          values as required by Title 22.
products contributing to hazardous waste include
solvents, lead, chromium, zinc, barium, cadmium,                                                                  If you have any questions or need
mercury, silver, coppers, arsenic and selenium.                                                                   additional information, please
                                                                                                                  contact your local PCL Sales
                                                                                                                  Representative at (800) 752-1566 for
                                                                                                                  information on services to manage
                                                                                                                  your paint-related waste needs.
    ▼ 2085B Compliant Cleaning Solvent

    – 25 gm/ltr (0.21 lbs/gal)

    – Meets SCAQMD Rule 1171 (c) (1) Solvent Requirements,
    (A) Surface Preparation (i) General, (B) Repair and
    Maintenance Cleaning (i) General, (C) Cleaning of Coatings
    or Adhesives Application Equipment.




If you have any questions or
                                         3150 E. Pico Boulevard
need additional information,
                                         Los Angeles, California
please contact your local PCL
Sales Representative at                       90023-3683
(800) 752-1566 for
information on services to                   (800) 752-1566
manage your paint-related                  Fax (323) 780-9940
waste needs.                             www.pclautomotive.com

				
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