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The Alameda County CUPA cited the Oakland Fire Department in August 2015 for numerous violations at its Oakland hazardous waste storage facility.

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  • Violation Code Definition/Section: Failure to properly complete the Hazardous Waste manifest. 22 CCR 12 66262.23(a)

    Violation Comments: OBSERVATION: During the inspection, OFD personnel said there were no available disposal records (uniform hazardous waste manifest, receipts for disposal to Alameda County household hazardous waste) for the facility. According to OFD, hazardous waste is disposed every 90 days which should result to a minimum of 12 manifests. According to DTSC's hazardous waste tracking system, there are two manifests for the facility - 2075017 FLE dated 5/9/14 and 4772459 SKS dated 3/27/15.

    Copies of hazardous waste disposal records for the last three years were not found on site. Hazardous waste generators shall retain copies of all manifests and receipts signed off by the disposal facility and have them readily available for review.

    Violation Code Definition/Section: Failure to complete the uniform hazardous waste manifest exception requirements. 22 CCR 12 66262.42

    OBSERVATION: Copies of hazardous waste disposal records for the last three years were not found on site.

    o NVO 0 UD 0 NA VO 0 COS 0 RPT

    Violation Code Definition/S,ection: "Failure to maintain uniform hazardous waste manifest, consolidated manifest, or bills of lading copies for three years. 22 CCR 12 66262.40(a)" Violation Comments: OBSERVATION: During the inspection, OFD personnel said there were no available disposal records (uniform hazardous waste manifest, receipts for disposal to Alameda County household hazardous waste) for the facility. According to OFD, hazardous waste is disposed every 90 days which should result to a minimum of 12 manifests. According to DTSC's hazardous waste tracking system, there are two manifests for the facility - 2075017 FLE dated 5/9/14 and 4772459 SKS dated 3/27/15.

    Copies of hazardous waste disposal records for the last three years were not found on site. Hazardous waste generators shall retain copies of all manifests and receipts signed off by the disposal facility and have them readily available for review.

    Violation Code Definition/Section: Failure to send hazardous waste manifest copies to DTSC. 22 CCR 12 66262.23(a)(4)

    Violation Comments: OBSERVATION: During the inspection, OFD personnel said there were no available disposal records (uniform hazardous waste manifest, receipts for disposal to Alameda County household hazardous waste) for the facility. According to OFD, hazardous waste is disposed every 90 days which should result to a minimum of 12 manifests. According to DTSC's hazardous waste tracking system, there are two manifests for the facility - 2075017 FLE dated 5/9/14 and 4772459 SKS dated 3/27/15.

    Copies of hazardous waste disposal records for the last three years were not found on site. Hazardous waste generators shall retain copies of all manifests and receipts signed off by the disposal facility and have them readily available for review.

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  • NVO = No Violation Observed UD = Undetermined NA = Not Applicable VO = Violation Observed COS = Corrected On Site RPT =

    D NVO D UD NA D VO D COS D RPT

    Violation Code Definition/Section: "Failure to meet any of the following consolidated manifest requirements: 1) Legible receipts for each quantity of hazardous waste that is received from a generator, 2) The generator's information (name, address, identification number, contact person, telephone number of the generator, the signature of the generator or the generator's representative), 3) Date of the shipment, 4) The manifest number, 5) The volume or quantity of each waste stream received, 6) The name, address, and identification number of the authorized facility to which the hazardous waste will be transported, 7) The transporter's information (name, address, and identification number, the driver's signature), 8) A statement, signed by the generator, certifying that the generator has established a program to reduce the volume or quantity and toxicity of the hazardous waste to the degree economically practicable. 9) The generator shall retain each receipt for at least three years. 22 CCR 12 66262.40(a); HSC 6.5 25160.2"

    OBSERVATION: Consolidated hazardous waste manifest does not apply to the facility's waste stream.

    Violation Code Definition/Section: Failure to retain paperwork documenting disposal of used oil for three years. HSC 6.5 25250.19(c)

    Violation Comments: OBSERVATION: During the inspection, OFD personnel said there were no available disposal records (uniform hazardous waste manifest, receipts for disposal to Alameda County household hazardous waste) for the facility. According to OFD, hazardous waste is disposed every 90 days which should result to a minimum of 12 manifests. According to DTSC's hazardous waste tracking system, there are two manifests for the facility - 2075017 FLE dated 5/9/14 and 4772459 SKS dated 3/27/15 - which did not include used oil.

    Copies of hazardous waste disposal records for the last three years were not found on site. Hazardous waste generators shall retain copies of all manifests and receipts signed off by the disposal facility and have them readily available for review.

    Violation Code Definition/Section: Failure to retain disposal records of spent lead acid batteries for three years. Note: A manifest or bill of lading is not required for the disposal of 10 or less intact (undamaged) spent lead-acid batteries. 22 CCR 16 66266.81 (a)(4)(B) Violation Comments: OBSERVATION: During the inspection, OFD personnel said there were no available disposal records (uniform hazardous waste manifest, receipts for disposal to Alameda County household hazardous waste) for the facility. According to OFD, hazardous waste is disposed every 90 days which should result to a minimum of 12 manifests. According to DTSC's hazardous waste tracking system, there are two manifests for the facility - 2075017 FLE dated 5/9114 and 4772459 SKS dated 3/27115 - which did not include spent lead acid batteries.

    Copies of hazardous waste disposal records for the last three years were not found on site. Hazardous waste generators shall retain copies of all manifests and receipts signed off by the disposal facility and have them readily available for review.

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  • NVO = No Violation Observed UD = Undetermined NA = Not Applicable VO = Violation Observed COS = Corrected On Site RPT = Repeat Violation

    Violation Code Definition/Section: "Failure to determine if the waste generated is a hazardous waste and to maintain analysis results for three years. 22 CCR 12 66262.11, 66262.40(c)" Violation Comments: OBSERVATION: During the inspection, OFD personnel said there were no available disposal records (uniform hazardous waste manifest, receipts for disposal to Alameda County household hazardous waste) and hazardous waste profile documentation for the facility. According to OFD, hazardous waste is disposed every 90 days which should result to a minimum of 12 manifests. According to DTSC's hazardous waste tracking system, there are two manifests for the facility - 2075017 FLE dated 5/9/14 and 4772459 SKS dated 3/27/15.

    Copies of hazardous waste profiles for the last three years were not found on site.

    DNVO DUD DNA .VO DCOS DRPT

    Violation Code Definition/Section: Failure of the generator to determine if the waste is restricted from land disposal. 22 CCR 18 66268.7(a)

    Vio/ation Comments: OBSERVATION: During the inspection, OFD personnel said there were no available disposal records (uniform hazardous waste manifest, receipts for disposal to Alameda County household hazardous waste) and land disposal restriction (LDR) documentation for the facility. According to OFD, hazardous waste is disposed every 90 days which should result to a minimum of 12 manifests. According to DTSC's hazardous waste tracking system, there are two manifests for the facility - 2075017 FLE dated 5/9/14 and 4772459 SKS dated 3/27/15.

    Copies of LOR documentation for the last three years were not found on site.

    D NVO D UD NA D VO D COS D RPT

    Violation Code Definition/Section: Failure of any person who recycles more than 100 kilograms per month of recyclable material under a claim that the material qualifies for exclusion or exemption, to provide the following information every two years: 1) The name, site address, mailing address, and telephone number of the owner or operator of any facility that recycles the material. 2) The name and address of the generator of the recyclable material. 3) Documentation that the requirements of any exemptions or exclusions pursuant to HSC 25143.2 are met, including the following: A) Where a person who recycles the material is not the same person who generated the recyclable material, documentation that there is a known market for disposition of the recyclable material and any products manufactured from the recyclable material. B) Where the basis for the exclusion is that the recyclable material is used or reused to make a product or as a safe and effective

    substitute for a commercial product, a .general description of the material and products, identification of the constituents or group of constituents, and their approximate concentrations, that would render the material or product hazardous under the regulations adopted oUlsu;amtoHSC25140and251 if it were a and which the I used.HSC6.525143.10

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  • Violation Code Definition/Section: "Failure to properly label hazardous waste accumulation containers with the following requirements: ""Hazardous Waste"", name and address of the generator, physical and chemical characteristics of the Hazardous Waste, and starting accumulation date. 22 CCR 12 66262.34(1)" Violation Comments: OBSERVATION: Hazardous waste containers wer

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