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J1;%'~~ Delta". .0l~. Environmental'),/~ Conaultants, Inc..

3330 Data Drive, Suite 100Rancho C«dova,'CA 95670916:638-208SFAX:. 9161638-r085

December I, 1990 CONFIDENTlAL-AITORNEY WORK PRODUcr

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Ms. Nancy MartinCalifornia Regional Waler Qualit)'Control Board.

Sanla An:! Region.5809 Indiana AVenue. 'Suite 200 : ,,"Riverside; California 92506 " .

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Enclosed is Delta Environmenta: ConSui.ants. In<;-. Chem,ical Use,history TCpOrt tor th~ subject site. IfYouhaVc any questions. please'Ccl!fue a:q916):6J&;.2085,. ' "

Sincerely.

DELTAENyIRONMENTALCONStIiTAiITs, INC."':

Scott B. RomineChemical EngillCCt"

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celene: Ms. Diane R. Smith. Esq.. Shell & Wilmer. Irvine. caJ,ifO£ll.i3.Ms. Melodic Grace,Esq~,J. '<;: Carter Company, Inc.

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Cutting ()il Tank RemOval RecordsChemical Purch.as<; SummaryCbemical DispoSal SummaI)'Corresponderiec Requesting Information

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J.e. ~~_<':QMP!J'IT,mc:.671 WEST lmI STREET

COSIA. MESA, CALIFORNIA

DELTA PROJECT NO. 40-90-005

1..0 INTRODtrCUQN ,

This report VtZ preparedbYDeltaEnviroomentalConsultants, Inc. (D.elta), for LC. <::arter Company, Inc. (J. C.

Carter). J.'c. Carter, and its consultam:s, ha.ve prepared tlUs reportbascd on information in its possession or.'. .' .

made available to it sec the issUance Of the Board's order.

As is' apparent from the text of the report, theinforlna60n presently '~vailable may not be complete or

Compreh~ in~ respect.. J. C. CartCt is c:oIitinciogtogather addiiionaldata a:nd records which. may be "­

iIi. the possession OfprcviOU5 consultants; prior ownm. of the company, orpublic agencies. PI~ refer to the

com:spondenee ic; same; all of Which 4atti!,c:i1.ed totmsreport. .. . . . '."... . . . . .~. ". ..' " .

It Vias andcontinu6s to be I. C. C3rtCr's hope that the eXpense of duplicating the efforts of prior coosUltants

could be avOided bY~aIJ,Pdor~reCords, ~d other documentation. It has not,~ obl:.aiDe4 access

tbOr ~pi~. ofp~t1Sv&i::ingfilCs&sPitct$.ated~~cts ~ H¢k6mian, Converse and Sch.acler-Dixon;

bUt is ro~uing its efforts, 8nd~ DO.preSent ~de:tc.thOse:~OOnnents bci:og,madeavanabl~ in the~~,future. Ooccjffi·prlormi~is obtiinedJ~ C.Cart~wiU~eand 5uppl~~'this ~Port to

rcnect'~ n~ wOrma1ion obtain~Or .anY~daiti6niu·~ ~dc posslbleby r~ew of those ,documents.

i:r, 'despite J, C. Carter's efforts. it is unable to obtaina~ ,to ~ch. data to~comp14e the site evalu.atiOllto the

~ctio~?f~BOard, or ifanynewiy obWned~.~~~(or ~plet(;l1ess,I. C. Carter~'pr~'t~'obWn .any'~ infohnan9nthroUgh itsOwncffo~'was to p~oVi.de a CC?mplete~d.com~~~ of the'~ers 1zistory.~ndiuon,.an.:d.possibk.off';~te ~ur~ of .on.:Site impa~:ACalr~.1~6~wisheS.to ~~~'that ~·is'api~ rePortwiiich~j be subject to m:odifi~tiOil' .

:in the~~ and t~ assure the Board~ J. C. eart~ ~' ~ntin~li~g its efforts to meet the Board's s&~ui~'. 011 a. timely basiS.

TP-e purpose of this report is' to'dcsaibc the use, storage, and disposal practices for petroleum. and other volatile

.hydrocarbo!l and halogenated hydrocarbon compounds used at the J. C. c3rter f.ac:iIity. The, information

presented 41 this report was compiled from records available at the facility. Information reg:ardiDg hoW

compounds were used was gathered from interncwswith J. CCarter petSOllneL The present owners acquired

the company]aauary 22, 1987. Purchase or-den. are aVailable bad into 1985, and manifests are available from,

198L Documents relating to facility activities prior to 1981 have been' requested from previ~usowners and

consultants..

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OffiMTCAL Usa f,.ND DrSPOSA!- HISTORYJ. C Cuter Company, 1nc..671W~ 17th Street, Co6:u Mea, CaUCon;UaDdo. Ptoj«t No."~90-00SP~2

1.1 Site HlstorylBadswumd

.: The first buildings on the facility, Buildings 1, 2, and 3 (site map, F'2gl1te I), were cotlStrueted ip. 1952. These

buildings nOW house the machme shop, parts storage, and assembl{rpomsfor parts manufactured at the facility.

Building ~also .houses the Pu:rchas.i.ng DeIJartment.. Building3 alsohouses the production rontrol and operations

offices. ,Buildings 4 through 7 ~re ronstruetediri 1959. These buildings now house the facility'sengine6ri.ng

'offices, marketing. accounting. and data processiJig departmen.ts. ,B'uilding9 was ronstructed inl973, and now

contains lUl additicinal IIllld:Une shop.' Building 10 was~ ,in .1976,a:nd ~aw hoasesthe shipping

~ent.BuildingU was c;Qo..structed in 1978, and houses the IfM test area.. Buiidings12 and 13 Were also

constructed in 1978. Building 12 houses the IfMassembly area and offio:s.Building13 houses ,a test "area..

.":Building8,hoasing the maintenance ,shop and o"Efiee, was '~eted ~ 1979. ' ."

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"J,C- ,Qirtcrwishes tocmphasiz.e that the c:nrrcnt ownenofthe1.C. Cartc:tsite' purcltased the assets of the I.

e. ·Carter Company, Inc., ~ch. included the Costa Mesa f.a..c$ty"oi:t'J"an~~"~.(J;g;;A,i:qtiisitioo. Cory~tOOk aver opciition and m.aixitenan~ofthe'~on~ l,"ii6,wOrethea~ s3Ietransaetiqncl~) ,

The waste on D:1l~und storage tank 1oat:edon the"~ sich; ofBtiildjrig9:wurc:#l.oved id;MArcll1986,

al1ilost'ayearpdore~~ owners took title to the prope:ty"~d~~ inottdis·beio~~,~0W11~• took O\"eroPeration andmainteoance of tho facility.

,', A.cxording tathe pw:chase order records maintained by ~,~QWI1c:is,~_ch:;U;ea,~lethro~ 1985'only, tho~ earlier records ha~ bCen~edJroIl1,previooS ov.inc;n,~~.~,havenevcrbee.ti,riscd

, '~::i11: the.~ Both the fact thatrheundergroD:1ldwaste oil 'tank ~rtmOvl;d1:cloii::t¥:p~ OwnCIl> of.the

'~Panycontrolled the site, and the faetthat thCreis-~evidence;~'th.at,TCE:and·P<:E~evCi-~,uSed at the ,site, indiCates th3t, eVen if the' £ite Were~~ so~cC,&·,lhe·' ~~'f~~diji'the '

W1~,ground water (MUch 1. C.~ continues ~o m~i~ta:~'it',isnOt) th~'~9Wners~d 6peratQFSof tho~ are not the appropriate responsible' parties. ',,' " " , .

J. c. Cartel resPectrunY requests t1i.at the previous owners of tb.C <:<;lmp.a,ny'benamed as the responsible parties,

and required to provide the Board with any info~atio~' neC:essaIy tofueet, the:~~4ts reqclrClI1-ents. The

previous owners ofI. C. Carter Company, Inc., 'WCCC in: Corporation, which owned the ~mp3.ny from

January 30, 1973 until September 30, 19&3, and Arni.atron Weoxational, inC:" ~cboWlled the company from

September 20,l983, until the purchase of the assets by ICC Ac:quisition COrporation on JanUary 22,1987.

rrr Corporation's address is 320 .Parle Avenue, New Yorr, New York 10021; AImatroo's address is 2~

Street., Melrose,MasSachusett.s 02176. Since receipt of information indicating a la&: ofpurchase order documents

pnpr to 1985 and manifests before 1981, J. Co Carter has requested prior ~ceordS from the "previous owners, but

such informati:>il,ifit is available, has not yetbeeo. received. This report will be updated when any significant

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'QreM1CAL use AND PIS?9SAL fnsroRYJ. Co Cuter Coalpany, loc.671 Wr::s:r. 11th Stroet, c.aa.. MeA, Ca1i{onti1Delu Project No. "O-~hge3 '

adaifionaIlnformatlOIl h~;;;;ivcd. It.l:Ilaybe necessary to request fue Board's assistance in obtaining inform~tion

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&.0 CHEMICAL !JSE ffiSTQRY

J. C. Carter .has used and now uses many compounds typical to metal ID3chioing and aviation testing. In the

documents reviewed, the use ofTCE or PCEhasnot been documented. The only documents that indicate the

use of chemical compounds ,on'site arc purchase orders and hazardous waste IWlDifests as noted ab<ive.The use,

storage. and disposal prac:ticesofJ. C. Carter" as reconstruet.c::a from purciulse orders and hazardous wastema.nifests,arc de.scri:bed bel9Wfor petrqleum and other volatile hydrocarbonaild lWogenated hydr~

compounds. Records for chcmicalpurc:hases arC b1balated in Appendix B. Records of h3z:ardouswaStc

maIDf~ are contained inAppendix C. Both purch.ase ordcn and manife:su a!'C on file at J.C. Carter.

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Most Compounds listed below,~ptJri~ (TCA), are~ instod: at ,an. ,tim.cs.·Drums:~c &tared

in the drum stor3ge areaIl<:arBuilmng8f~ clis~<X)IIlpoUnds on an'lis-tteeded basis. CompOunds th3t arcP~.in l>IIlJ1n q1J3ptitiCS (~on cam;.~ ~er) 'are itoredin flame-prOOf ~inets on the cast sid~ of

Bailding 11 odn flamo-proof cabinets in,Btiil~~ ,ilia for tIsebyempl~as~ TeA~ lJsecfouee. at tho faarit,. 8.Szt deaninifluid. TCA,~ ,not ,been' used or stored at the 'facility ~ee1986.' '

Drums contijjning waste .products 'V(CrC k~pt'in.the, area behind Building 9 in the vicinity of theJor:cier

~und~oragetank and chip bins. , i>clta has been unable t() detertuineWhatpradi~~,rise4:f~r:aceamukting. 1>t00ng, and dispoSing~~oduc:ts prior to theconstrtIdion o(new buildings or th¢ Di.~';ti6n

of the formcc ~oragetaiOC DocUments of£it~stor.!gC and ~practicespOor to I981have ~rC1:~eSt~from previoas ownea.'

A test area -was constIuded aIongwith Buildings i2 and 13~ This area was buill: v.ith sloped floors and seCondaryc:l'ntiinm6nt trenches. Fi~'spills, 'cl~'and "'rainwater collected in. these trenches aft, p~ped t~,

aboveground storage ,tank located sOuth ofBuilding 14.

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J~ A aviation fuel is used to test pump$ and 'valves manufactured at the facility. Jet A aviation fuel has been

purchased in. bun:: quantities since 1985 ai:cording to, available purchase orders. Additional records have been

requested from previOllS owners.

, On-site Jet A storage includes eight tanks w: the aero test area south. of Building 13~ The largest tank capacity

is 800 g;illons; one is ·'100 gallons, and the rest are SOO gallons or less. ,Because of a varying product mix, ilie

'amount of Jet A'fuel on. hand is Dot constant. ' Maxim,um capacity in the area is 3,750gallons: Testingis

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conducted in closed loops - the Jet A fuel is recireu1ated.Replacement Jet A fuel is needed when the fuel

.: becomes xcixcd with water from condensation in the tank. Use records indicate tb3t J~ A aviation fucllasts

from 6 wceh to 3montbs before replacement is necessary•

When the jctfuel becomes mixed )vith 'Water, it is pumped to the aboveground ~orage ta.nJc south of Building

14 and removed by aliconsed waste h.au1er~

:2,2 Solvents

Purchase orders indicate that the last ,timeTCAwaspurc:b.ased at thC facility was in 1986..~ty gallons OfTeA were parchased on January.3; 1986, and dciIiveted OD January 8, 1986. TeA was~ in theprodncnon

of an.. in-line pump. The parts were cleaned with TCAassome of the pumps would ultimately beuscd with ;..

) ·liqtUdoiygc:n.11iiSportiful of the bUsiness was sold in Jaliuary 1987. InteMe-ws~ sit.c pers9nnclindicate that

20 gaIlODS of1."CAwould have been CODSOmed by operations prior to the #leot the biIsin6ss in 1987.

Stoddatdsolvc:.nt has~ aJidis e::am:ntI:y used ontite to testacro valves ;and pumps.. Other £6lvc:Jts'ttsedat

the facilityiridnde compolJilds known as 14(}.{)6, 'Type I Fluid, Type' ttFluid, isopropyl alcohol (!pAl,and. } , '. iJ:(f,yJ'so~and acetone.' .,

The compound .l:nOwn as 140-66isa. hydroiarbonmixture that,is ilsedfor testing hydraulic equipment in the aero

test area. ;&OutliofBWldJ.Dg·~Type I"Fluid is 100 pCrccntJscHxtilne, ;lIld'fypo II F1uidis70 PerCCDtiso-

, f 0j:1an.e and 30 pcrCcCttt tolUCtle. .Both were arid 'are used ,as test fluidiin thea-em testarca.

Isopropyl alcohol and #600 so1vent,a.,SJ/SJ~eofJPAandtoluene, are both used as deaniogsolvents in

,Buildings nand 13. Acetone'is used for cleaning partS in the wemblyareas in Btiildings 2andll.

, }.'SQ~ havebec{purebasedinl-gaIlon,5-gaIlon.,or55-g:alloneollt2iilerS;8.Ildin bulk. The55-gal1on containers

• ate stor;ed in the drum storage area near Building 8.

StOddard sOlvent is used in parts testing. When the Stoddard solveilt used in testing deviates from specification ;

thr~ugh heatfugand shearing. it is disposed. Waste Stoddard s01vent:nsed in testing is stored in the tank south

of BuildiDg 14 for transfer to ar~ fac:ilitybya.liconsedhauler.

Stoddard solvent is alSo used in thc parts washer between Buildings 1. and 9. Thc·spent solvent was previously

dis~ of inthc waste oil tanl: formerly located to the south of Building 9. The spent solvent from the parts

washer is now pump¢d out of tlieparts washer for tr.J..nsfer to a. reCYcling facility by a licensed "hauler.

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.: ,Severa! different oils have been and are now being used at the faciIity.&:vcral types of oils have been used.. They

are machine lubricating oils., hydraulic' fluids, motor oils, and ClIl:ti.ng oils..

Machine lubricating oils used at the facifuy include Mobil DTB:-24, .DTE-26, DTh Light, VAcrRA #2, and

· Velocite #6. Machine oils are nonvolatile hydrocarbon mixtures used for lubricating the moving parts in the

1I12.chincs.. They are purchased in 55-gallon d.nuils. .The oifin the machi.oCs is replaced with clean. ail at various

inten-als, and the nsCd oil is stored in 55-gallon drunis and rcqcled.

Hydraulic fluids, used to test hydraulic equipment prodnced At the facility, have includedATF1)pc no, Vac:nline

1405, andAao H.F.A.. Hydnu1ic fluids arealsonoa.rolat.ilchydrocarbon mixtures. Wh.enthe hydraulic flui~ ~fail to ~eet testing'1i~catiOIJS, they are stored in 55-gaIIon drums [ot dispos3J. by a Iiceriscd Wast~ hauler. \

Skydrol. aphospha.te ~,iu]so t!S¢d as a hydraulic test fluid.. . .' . .. . .

Motor oilssu.ch as DillOlJJW are used fot Vehicle maintenanCe. For thepast 3 yc:a;rs,. only five Ior\::Iifts have~n

~ 00.~'Theon is changed qu.arterl)"~ Used ollis pbcedixi5S-g:aIlon drums and is~ed. In the past, .

. •...c:Ordpany Yiibiclcs'wcre $er\iced 011. site and the~e procedUres~ followed. This practice was discontinued.

:3 yean ago.

Cutting oils used in the past are CindoI #31fJ2 and Hocut7S7. Cindol is composed of30 t06Opei-ccntmin~

· 'o.il'Mtlil to lOpercentdicthanola,mme. Hocut 1SJ,.al;So hlowius Gndo175'l. is.30to 60 ~mi".o=lloi1

with 1 to 10 percent~m~esoL <:indol and Hocut wcrepurc:hased in btIlkqtIal1tiOes (dtums)as neede4,

~4 were StOred in the drwn-stocigC'area nc:ar'l3uilding 8 orBuilding.9~ PriOr to 1986. th~cnttiDgoils Wc1'e.removed from the~ ,?Ops as drag~utand transferred to.the fOrmer underground storage tani:: prlOt" to

dispOsa1. After 1986, these cutting ciilSWere trailsferred to S5-g:illon d.rnm.s Jor disposal .bY a JiO:nsed waste.bukr.·~~ cutting oils ha~' not'~~since1%l. . '. .

Since 1987, the~ oil~is M~i1eMobilmet Omi~n; which is greater than 95 percent r~edmineraI

oils and contains 0.0 hazardous iDgredien.ts..

Whco.cycr possible, coolant is used rather than eutti.ngoil. Arrow llOOB and Arrow 6100 are water~Soluble

maclu.ning coolants which. were Used until. 1988. They were uSed ~ere eutti.O.g oils did not produce the desired

finish on machined. parts. The Ariow coolants are compOsed of vanOllS concentrations, ~olamine in water.

Tiimsolcoolant is currently used in place qf cutting' oil for most of the parts machined. at the facilitY. TrimSol

is a proprietary, nontoxic, watc::r-soluble emulsion whiCh,is diluted to approximately 10 i>Crcent solution in water

· for use.

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Q!EMTW USE AND DISPOSAL HISTQRY.-J.e. Cuter Company, Inc.

rnwa::. 17th ,Strcc:t. Cocta Mao.. CWIomia'Dc!ta PzOjea.,No. ~noo:s~6

These coolants an::.not classified as Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) or California hazardous

wastes.

Used coolant was stored in a 9OO-gallon abovegroundJ;llastic tanX ,and recycled. In the last year, a licensed waste

:hauler has pid::ed up the used coolant as reduced quantities do not :>Upport recycling.

,2.4 Miscellaneous

A.parts debUrri.ngmacliinc. located between .Bu11ding:s'l and 9, uses twocotnponenl:s for cleaning,and deburring

metal parts produced in the macltin.e &hops mBuildingS 1 and 9. A crystalline siIica.suspended in polyester resin,

1:nowu.asVF1.w~ medi3. and .a. compoundbown ,8$ VF Tl,a.re used in the deburring machine. The vFTl

~i:1t3ins7 percent. butanol in a caustic detergent and watcl $61utioD.. ,The VFTl is purchased in~ and used.

:in Smail qlJantiti~ ~'rcquired. Drum &torage has,been b¢tweeo:Buildings,land9 JlCal thedebu.rrlng mac:liine:'. .

.~~.~e~ media. are disintt;gra1ed bybeingiOtatC4~ the parts. The r~due empties into a

~~, isem~ M~CXX'SS3rj, transfeited to~ ·ud'removed by a )uwardoos.~hiuIer•

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Th.etnci1itY £tores various lubriomts (e.g..,~and spray~pc.netrating oils) wbicharc used in smaIl quantities ,

~k.ptodu·cti~a.and~ areas. These Compounds are typicaI1y.~ in &pray bottleswbiCh are refilled ·from. 5­

~~(kagc~ 'Bulk stOrage coDfJIiners are ~owst~ either·in.~ storage cabinets located on the

~'~~ci(Buildingllodn the drum storage a.reanear Buildings. .

;'4tio~pac6ng Iil$ciaI. geneci.cally~edinsta..pU, is ~owilly ~for product shipping. The

~~~¥.dscu:emiXJ=d to:formll foampa~ material used to isobte:~ incar~d~Wb,en~~.W3itb.~ersarethrown in the garbage fOr di:s.posa.l according to the instructions supplied by the

..D,ahut"adurc:i. ' . . ."..",

.~'.. ' ~.~_:' ":: >-~"..:);~··Crvoeen(~TestArea

~6tudcsting¥Slx:c:n.pe.tiodicilly conducted at the fa~. Com,pounds used duriiig cryog~ctesfu;giridtide,llquid:nittOgen.Jiqtiid prQpane, and ·liquidbuta.ne. 'The cryogeoictesting cOmpounds.~stored'in

ilbOVcgi6und·tan1:s lOcated in the southwest camerof the facillty. When testing iscOinplc:ted, the propane and

~~e are sOld bad: to the suppliers or burned off in a permitted leg flare lcxat:ed at the north~nd of the

ayogenic area. Liquid 'nitrogen ,simply evaporates.

2.6 Diesel Fuel

Diesel fuel is Used to power agenerator that is needed occasionally forayog~c tes~ The generator is

capable ofproviding So hertz4S well as 60 hertz.. Prior to AuguSt 1990, diesel was stored in an underground tank

located b,ehind 13W1dlng 12. The tank was cleaned andabandonedaccor~gto an California state and lod!

regulations in August 1990, and documeotatiotl is on file "at J. C. Carter. Soil ~ples coUect.ed from slant

borings below the former diesel tanl: indicate thaeno diesel Was present in the soils underlying the tank..

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QiEMJ<;AL use AND DIsrOw HISIQRY1. C. Caner Company, Inc..671 Wes.t 11th Stred. Cow. Mesa. CalifomlaDcl~ P rO;«:t No. <4O-SJO.OlSPage 7 0

3.0 CONCLUSION

"This report states the results of a review of the documc::nts available at the facility rc1at:i:ve to the use, storage,

and disposal of hydsocatbon-OOsed chemicals at the J.e. Carter facility. Information regarding. the prior

chemical use anddispOsaJ. has becnrequested fro~pre\-iousowners.

4.QREMARKS/SIGNAIURES

laformation presented in thisrcp:oIt is based on information· provided by the client. This reporth.aS been

prepared soLely for: the~ ofJ.c.~Cr, and anyo rdlance On ioformationpr~~ed in this report by ~dparties shaU be at such party's sok risk. Other °than thiS, ~o Warra.nty is fuiplled or intended. 0. . ..

DELTA ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS, INC.

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Catting Oil Tank Removal Records

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1.4 20 I FRAN KLI H AV£IH'TUSTIN, CALIFORHIA 9261AREA eCCE 71,( • 730. 62:AREA eooE ZI:J • 22~. I:'.CA8L[1 TRUtLAB

DATE March 21, 1986

RECEIVED Ma.:rch 19, 1986

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LABORATORY NO.Soil from the .J.'C. Carter '-671 w. l7th St. Costa Mesa

Gri£finConstruction547~2 Cherrylee LaneYorba Linda, CA. 92686.ATIN: Jack Griffin

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~ VESTIGATION, Total 'Petroleum Hydrocarbons Analysis

RESULTS ;.

.samples. collected by .sylviaMarstOn of the Orange Cot1I1ty, .Depar1:l:nentof 'HealthServicesonMaich ~9 ,-1986. Soils ....~re received at TruesdailL3ooratorieschilled and sealed. Malysi.s was performedacccirding to "

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140--6& Sdt..VEHT140-b6 SOLVENT1.lt0-&£, SOLVENTACETONEACETONEACETONEACETONEACETONEACETONEACETONE·ACETONEACETONE.ACETONE·ACETONEACETONEAERO HFA AV. HYD. FLUIDAERO HFA· AV. HYD... FLUIDARRC)!..I '1100B COOl::.Atfr 'ARROW 11006.COOLANTARROW 11008 COOLANTARROW 1100BCOOLANTARROW &100 COOLANTA~ROW &11313 COOLANTARROW 6100 COOLANTARROW 6100 eOOLANTARROW 61013 COOLANTARROW 6100 COOLANTATF TYPE 210ATF TYPE 2113ATf ,TYPE 210BRAyeD MICRONIC HYD. FLUIDBRAYCOMICRONIC HYD. FLUIDBRAYCO MICRDNIC HYD. FLUIDBRAYCO MICRONIC HYD. FLUIDBRAYCO MrCRONIC Hyn; FLUID

1/07/84 10 GAL11/13/85 . 10 6AL11/20/85.213 GAL6/03/8610'GAL6/08/8& 113 6AL

10/14180 . 10 SAL1/23/87 ·10 GAL6/20/87 10 GAL1l18/~25GAL

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,611'3/8S " -110 GAL7128/88 1113 SALH~1i0/68. 110 GAL5r~.l81 110 GAL7ii0i87' 110. GAL7/2.7/87 110 GAL

10/07{87 110 GAL11/24/87 110 GAL

1/2<1/88 1&5 GAL2.128/85 55 GAL1/17/86 55 GAL

10/0&/87 ·55 GAL1/17/86 '165 GAL3/17/86 110 GAL5/22/8& 55 GAL2.111/87 55 GAL2104188 5S GAL

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CINPOL 757CINPOL 757CINDOL 757'ctNDOL 757COOLANTCOOLANTCOOLANTCOOLANTCOOLANTCOOLANTCOOLANT'COOLANTCOOLANTCUTTING OILDEGHEASER (DETERGENT>'DiESEL FJELDIESEL FUELDIEsa FUELDILLO 400 10W MOTOR OILDSl&8 COMPRESSOR OILorE LIGHTOTE UGHTDTE LIGHTDTE LIGHTDTE LIGHTDTE UGHTDTE LIGHTDTE-24OTE-24OTE-c::5

2/07/89 55 GAL5/09/89 1&5 GAL5/31/90 110 GAL

10/30/85 48 La9/19/85 4200 GAL5/21/8& 1000"SAL5/2218& 1~00'GAL

&/0&/85 1000 GAL1131185 110.GAL3/04/85 110SRL4/01/85 '110 SAL5/0&/85 110 SAL&/10/85 110 GAL7/1&/85.. l~B,SAl8/02185' 10S'GAL9/13/85 10.sSAL

10/31/85 10S'SAL"121011eS fea .SAL

1/17/86 110 SAL4/03/8& 1~.SAL

Bf12l85 H0SAl12115/8& 108 SAL

2/23187 108 SAL4/0&/87 11:0 'SAL1/24/85 15 SAL

11/06/85 10 sRi.;3/04/8& 10 :GAl-,;3/28/B& . smu.1/13/89 $'GAL1125/89 5GAL5/0"EU89 IS'SAL12/22jB9~ 10' :'GAl"7/20/90 "20 GAl.3/27/90 1010 GAL1/22/85 5SGAL

10/02/87 700:GAL10/13(87 .903 GAL'10/23/87 700 SAL&/04/85" 24 GTS.1/23/85 10 SAL7111/85 110 GAL "

11121/85 55 GAL1112&/B555 GAL

9118/8& 55 G~L .3/0.7189 55 GAL

12/01/8S 55 AGL10/30/90 55 GAL1/04/85 5 GAL3/2&/85 55 GAL3/2&/85 55 .GAL

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· ·ISOPROPYL ALCOl-iOLISOPROPYL ALCOHOLISOPROPYL ALCOHOLISOPROPYL ALCOHOLISOPROPYL ALCOHOLISOPROPYL ALCOHOLISOPROPYL ALCOHOL

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11/23/87 55 GAL4111/88 55 GAL&1~/89 55 GAL9/2.718955 GAL

10130/90 55 SAL2128/a5 55 GAL&/e~/8& ·55 GAl..7/~1/B6 55 GAL6/29/89 55 SAL6/27/90 55 GAL .9/05/8S 2~ SALcJl1G/B5 20 GAL

11/07i85 . 10 SAL4/11/86.15 SAL6/.28/as 8 SAL9/27/85. a SAL

11/~1I8G .a SAL~/23/S5 . 1 GAL9/23/S5 1· SAL&/09/8& 5 GAL

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( 2/04/86J~ GAL4/1718& .30 GALS/21/8£' 30 .GAL12/0S/a~ 30 GAL4/11/85 ' 10 GAL5/16/85 1.10 GAL

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12/04/8& 110 GAL3/10/87 110 GAL&/22.187 110 GAL9/28/87 110. GAL.

11/03/87 110 GAL1/13188 110GAl4/11/88 110 GAL7/18/88 110 GAL9/02/88 ss GAL,q/22.1 88 111(1 GAL

. 111£,189 110 GAL3/23/8~ 110 GAL&/14/89 110 GAL8/01/89 H0 GAL

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.,'. JET A FUEL 3/27/84 1500 .GAL AERO TESTJ JET A.FUEL 6/27/84 1500 GAL AERO TEST,

JET A FUEL 8/01/84 1100 SAL AERO TESt,I. JET A FUEL 9/12/84 1500 GAL AERO TEST

JET A FUEL . 11/07/8-4 1500 GAL AERO TEST

i. JET A FUEL . 2/08/85 1000 GAL AERO TESTl, JET A Fl,JEL 3/16/85 1500 GAL. AERO rt:ST

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iJET A FUS- 8/15/85 1000. SAt-. AERO TEST ,

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JET A FUEL 7/14'/813 1000 SAl.. AERO TESTI JET A -FUEL' 11115/88 ,1~' sAt.. AERO TEST

,} t .iET·A FUa 3/14/89 510 ,6fU. 'tE~T , .l..JET A FUEL \ &/12189 1000 GAL ,AERO TEST

't : . JET A FUEL 9/29/89 1000 GAL AERO TEST

I JET A FUEL $/10/9.0 1000'GAL AEROTEST'I .•. JET A FUEL 6/12/90 '1500. GAL SERO TEST

JP-4 JET FUEL 12/12189 .5 GAL ENG TEST

r I JP-S JET' FUS- &/1&/8& ' 4,95 GAL ' 11M TEST, }

: . KESTER,"FLUX: 1115/85 4 GAL PIJMp ASS'YL-

METHYL ALCOHOL, 7/03190 55 GAL ENG TEST" f' METHYLEniYLKETONE 1/09/90 1 GAL AERO TESTJ

MEiim.ETHYl.KETONE 611a/90 '1 SAL 11M, TEST:~ :~~\ ......,;.

MOLD REl..EASE.225 8/13i85 4 GAL PUMP ASS'Y: ......

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~ ~: OMICRON cuTTING o'IL 2/138/90 55 GAL MAINT.\ : . .OMICRON CUTTING all 6/27/90 1113 GAL MAINT•j ~. -- OMICRON CUTTING OIL 8/27/90 110 GAL MAINT•' ""-

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12/01/90

COMPOUND PIO DATE ORDER QUANTITY DEPARTMENT

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5/15/90 1~ GAL11/15/88 6 QUARTS

2117186 "GAL3/17/86' 3~5 GAL5/22/8& 5 GAL

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11/08/88 5 SAL1/23/89 110 GAL4/24/89 100 GAL9/08/8'3 100 GAL'9/19/89 1106AL1/10/90 54 SAL3/27/90 54 GAL&/27/90 ~. SAL

. 10/25/90 546AL2113/85 10 GAL3/18/85 10.SAL3/01/88 25 GAL3/24/88 5~ SAt.4/'22.188 40. SAL

. 7122./88 15GAL5/17/85 110 GAL9/25/85 108. GAL

11/03/85 500 GAL: .11/13/85 50~GRL

1/0V8& 500. GAL3/13/8& 800 GAL5/30/85'7 500 GAL&/11/8& &00 GAL6/-13/8&. 600 GAL8/2118&500 GRL

11-120/8& 500GAL1I2ElI87500 GAL4/20/87 500 GRL .5/12/07 300 GAL7/28/87 500 GAL

12/02/87 300 GAL1/12188 500 GAL

. 1118188 275 GAL3/02/88 500 GAL4/07/88 500 GAL5/20/88 500 GAL7/01/88 500 GAL7/21/68500 GAL8/09/88 500 GAL.9/0& /88 500 GAL9/13/88 500 GAL5/~S9 510 GAL7/0&/8'3 500 GAL9/(:'3/89 500 GAL

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TYPE II SOLVENTTYPE II SOLVENTTYPE II SOLVENTTYPE III FLU1DTYPE I II FLU IOTYPE II I FLU!D.TYPE III FLUIOtypE III FLUIDTYPE I II FLUIDUNISOlVACTRA #cVACTRA#cVAC"(RA 12VACTAA ftc'VACTM #2.-.VACTRA'C:.c'VAtTAA···~VACTAA #2VACTRA .12'VACTAA :#2VAcTRA.4t2.VACTRA,)f,(V~CT~A'#cVRCn'RR'#2 .VACTAA #.2VACTRA #2 ..VACTRA #2:VACTRAit2VACTAA "12'VACTRA #2 .'VACTRA:#2VA~'rRI'\:#2VAGTRR'#2VACTRA··#2

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VACTRA·lt4VACULINE: 1405VACULlNE 1405VELOCITE#6

. VaOeITE i&VaOCITE, #6VELOCnE D&VaOCITE #6VaOeITE #&VaOCITE #6

3/09/90 500 GRL6/08/90 100~ GAL7/19/90 475 GAL2/13/85 10 GAL3/18/85 10 GAL5/1&/85 15 SAL7/02./85 15 GAL3/01/88 20 SAL

10/17/89 ,15 GAL12110/87 5 SAL2/28/85 '55 SAL3/2&/85 55 GAL5/01185 556AL£'/04/8555 SAL8/08/85 55 SAL.i.ii09ias ;is:·SAL

10/07/85 1i0GAL11/21ias SS'SALliieG/8S SSGAL1/17/,96 S~:H3AL9/18/8655 GAL

11/13/8£' SSSAL'3117/87' '55 'SALSi29/8755 GAL9/01/87 ',55 SAL9/30/87 55 GAL

11/23/87 55 .GAL1/29/88 55'GAL3/1t/8.8 55'·GRL4iU/aa 'SSGAL7/01/88 5SS8L8/29/88- 55 SAL

10/.10/88 ·SS;GAl.'~/07189 "55. GAL6/29/89 55GAL8/09/8955 GAL9/1B/895SGRL9/27/89 55 GAL3/271')055 GAL7/10/913 ·55 GAL

10/04/90 110 GAL9/2GiS&' 5 GAL3/14/85 30 GAL9/01/87 25 GAL21.20/85 15 GAL.3/2&/65 15 GAL&/09/86 15 GAL9/18/8& 15 GAL7/01/88 l0GAL

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11/03/8& 1000 LB311&/87 1~00'LB

,8/21/87 100'0 LB• 10/15/87 1000.LB

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Correspondence.Requesting Information on the 1986 Tank PunFrom Consultants lUld'Regulatory Agencies,

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Huntington Beacb., ca:lifornia 92648

Re:J.C: Carter company, Inc. Facility; Costa Mesa,Californi.a

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. This firm .r~pr~set1ts. J.c..~f?r .company, Inc. It isnecessaxy for us'· .:to·' ol:itiin ·tiles.iri 'IteJd.mian&" Associates"pos's~~~~on ,:S9 .. as ·to:·.avoJ.d ··the.~ep.se,'.9~du~lic:atin9"existingresearch 'perfo~~<i dur~g~e .tiJIie.Heki.:mian '. was .under 'contractto, . j'.• i:. , ·Carter., ·:sp~cif.ica'll.Y:, 'ft'e.'"YiSh t.o: obta.i,.nfrom your'o:t'fice .the· ·files· -reb.tihg''to'- y6~·:reV:ie~ Of agency .records i.nc:onned:ion"with .:your site.iri.ves'figiition~and, a,ny other recordswhich'relate t,o' th.e·.· cori.<:~.iti6n .of" th~ ..prope.ri::Y. 'Would .you

.; please. have these ,~ecord~' deiivered to ..1Iie· 'atthe address shownabove' at you.:r .earliest:cohv·eriiertce:· 'We very' much, appreciateyour 'cooperation iIi :this matter.. :Plea·se.call me if there areany questions ·.regarding 'this .requ~st.

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Attention: Gordon Rusk, Vice PresidentMelodieK. Grace,Esq.A.L. simmonsDelta Environme.ntal Consultants, Inc~

Attention: Barbara Mickel,sonMichael o'Brien

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Converse Environmental ConsultantsCalifornia

c6ppertree BusL~ess Park151 XalmusDrive~ suite H-3Costa Mesa, California 92626

Re:' Project'Number 87-42258-0l.·J.C. carter Company, Inc. Fac~lity, Costa Hesa,california· .. ···.··".·

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'I'histirm represent$. J .c. cart:,ercolllpanYi lie... I 1:: isnecessary for. US to oPtain. files ,i:n,..Converse ,.:~vjj::omnentalConsultants' poss~ssion. so as to 'av9id;·th~:·.~.~e:::9f·.d*plic<lting.existing resea,rchperfonned.. dtiriIig<:tl:i~·iti.:ine:;:;cQriv~s¢'.was··.:und~r

contra61;:to J.:C.Cal:ter~ .' ·Specifically,·we'.:.ktsh·.:to>::optain fromyour office the'files relating to: Y9:ur .... reviei;ir::' 'Of:':~agenc:y' rec::ordsin .conriection ·.with your site investigation~:a:s~l(~ll'a.s 'aIlY other

... records which r~iatl;to 'the technical .firiQ.irigs· .:contci:tned· in yourreports. Woul.d you' please have:thesei;'~cpra:~ del'J.ye.red .to·me· at.the. address. shown. aDove ..at your e~liest:9oi:iyerii:eilce. . We ..verymuch apprec::iate your coop'eration in'this :·matter.. -.:·pie:ase call meif there are any qUes.tions· regarding this request.

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DRS/mhcc: J.C. Carter company; Inc.

Attention: Gordon RUsk, Vice PresidentHelodie K. Grace, Esq.A.L. SiwnonsDelta Environmental Consultants, Inc.

Attention: Barbara MickelsonMichael O'Brien'

0202Q

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'. all docwnents -.relating :to removal .of the tcink Which niay .be J.nyour 'Possession~ . .

.... . . We very much appre:ciate· your cclC)peration in. this 1llatter~If you. have anyquest.j..ons, please .do not hesitate to cQritaet 'meat thentimbershown"abov.e.. Thank you very much in advance for

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Very truly yours,

SUELL & WIL!1ER

.nJ (V;LSp-~~e R. Smith

-DRS/mhcc: J.e. Carter Company, Inc.

Attention: Gordon Rusk, Vice PresidentMelodieK. Grace, Esq.A ~L. S il!lIl1ons . -Delta Environmental Consultants, Inc.

Attention: Barbara Mickelsoh. Michael O;Brien

0203Q

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Reo:J. C. Carter company, Inc .- Facility, costa Mesa , _California

Gentlemen:

-It, has come to our a:ttenti6n tha.t you may have. recorq.srelating to atanJc'io/:hich was removedfroll1 the J.C. Carter siteat 67~West Seventeenth ·street,· Costa Mesa in' .~986. It joI'ouJ.d

. b~extreme:~y .use·ful.to .J.e.carter company, Inc.,. which :this-f:1.rm :preserit1y 'represents,if you.' could make avai.1able to. US.'al.~. do~e.nts relating to reJnc:lvai of the .tank whiCh may ·.pe ·in'­your possession. W~ viII. be. happy to ~ay. for' copies; °or torequest 1:hese.rec,?rds.ll1ore for.mal1.y,if necessary.

We. verY much· appreciate your cooperation _in this matter.If you·have.ariy questions, please do nat.hesitateto contact'm.e

.....at the nUIilber· :shown above~ Thank you very much in advance -:foryour anticipated assistance•

vert truly yours,.

sNEti. & WILMER

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DRSilll.hcc: J.C. eartercompany, Inc.

Attention: Gordon Rusk, Vice PresidentMelodie K. Grace, Esq.A.L. 'Simmons'Delta Environmental' Consultants, Inc.

Attention: Barbara MickelsonMichael o'Brien

020.4Q

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COU-;lty of orangeHealth Care Agency:P. 0 • Box 355Santa 'Ana, California 927'02

Re: J.C. Carter company, Inc • .FaQility, Costa M$sa,califo-tnia

Gentlemen':

It has come, to our attention that you may have records, 'reJ.atirig to' a tanklihichwas rem,oyed from the. J. c;. ,caz:ter site'at "671· West Seventeenth street, Costa :Hesa .1..n .i98Q. It woUJ.dbe ,eX1:r.¢m,e.ly use.fulto, J. C. ' 'carter Company, :Cnc~" ,which, "th±s

'fiJ;Il1presently represerits;. if you ,coUld '~eayai);~letCl Ul;,'aJ.J. do.CUlIlents whiCh may he in; Your,poss~ss.iori,relatipg 'to

'removal' of theta.nk.We will be ,happy 'to pay the cost' of 'copying, or 'to 'requ~stt.he records' '1l10re ' formally:~ , ifnee::essary. ' ' ,

DRS/mhcc: ;j • C. Carter company', Inc.

Attention: Gordon Rusk, Vice President 0

Melodie K.Grace,Esq.'A.L. simmonsDeltaEnviromnentalconsultants, Inc.,

o Attention: Barbara MickelsonMichael O'Brien

020SQ

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Gentlemen:

. ,Til,isf1;rm repr~serits J .c•. carter Company" Inc. .It is,nec_e~s~ry for Us to ob:tain files in Schaefer Dixon I s· possessionsq<a~ .. ~oq.void· the· expense .o£dtipJ;ic:ating exist~gresearchper~oz:j.ed during ·thetd.Jne Schaefe:r: -Dixpn was under contract to .J~(:'o .c.artE;ii:~ ·sp~ci·fically',_ we ·.wislf to obtain ...from.yoW:oftice 'the' ':fitl~s" relating-to YoW: review . of .' agency records incOImeetiqnwithyour .siteiIive.stigation, and anyother~ecords,W:hich:'r~iate'to the conditio'n 'of ttieproperty.Wopld you

~ .piEi<ise-··have, ·these. records delivered to iiie. at the' address shoWnabove·.at· your earliest co~venience~' Wever::ymuch appreciateyour' .c::09peration in, this matte:r. Please call. .:tne if there are.any·qii~stionsre:gardirigthisreque.st. '

Very t~y ·Yours I

SNELL ,& WIUiER

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Attention: Gordon Rusk, Vice PresidentMelod,ie K. Grace, Esq.~.L~·SillllD.ons

De1.t~ Envirorunental Consultants, Inc.Attention: Barbara'Mickelson

Michael O'Brien- 0200Q

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COSTA MESA FIRE DEPARTMEnT'

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Operator: JC Carter Division of',ITT Corporation671.Wesl j7th StreetCosta Mesa, CA 92627

Facility: JC Carter Division ofITT Corporation

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IhLERIH STATUS DOCUHENT

Number': CAD 081153785

Effective Date: April 6, 1981

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this. Interim Status D~cumeDt is hereby granted to JC C~rt,erDivis:Lon

of ITT Corpo%;'atioQ. subject t.o the conditions ~'et foith in Attachment A

wb,i~hbytbis refer~nce is incorporated herein•

arvey Collins, Ph.D., ChiefEnvironmental Health Branch

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Interim St~tua Doct.laellt

JC Carter DivisioD of ITT Corporation671 \Jest 17thSt·reet:

Orange Count.yCosta lies.. ,' CA 92621-

L GE~'ERAL CONDITION'S

I. Identification and general rel!;ponsibilit.i~sof, operator.

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(e)' The .opera·torshall report to the California State Department of .Health 'Services, within ,'24 hours ..fur occurrence "allaccide~t..involving ha'zardous v.stes which resulted in, or could haveresult~d in, a :li.azardto public health and 'safety, wildlife,:dOCDestic live8tock~ or to the eavirac.ent.

JC. Carter Division olIT! Corpor..1t.ion. hereinafter caUedtheoper..~or -andlor owner; shall comply vi ~h. t.he provbions of t.he·California Health '. and Safety cOde. inClUding Cluapt·ert!.5 ofnivi£~on 20, .. and wi th'- the HinillltJm $tandards for Hanagelllent ofHazardous and Extremely Ha:z:.-ardous Wastes (Cha.pter .30,Division 4~.

'Ti:t1e~~ 1:)( th.e 'California AdIIlinistu::.iveCode) •. The !oUQl.Iingreitliix;ements .... s'et forth in Chapter 30, Dividon 4, 'Title22;California ,Administr.ative Code, should k particul.rly noted:

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The .o~er oropeutcir shdl e~ure, tha·t the operation .of the·',.fat;ilit.y will not i.mp~ri1· pLiblichealt~ and safety, witdIife,d~sticHvestock,:ort.be enviroaae.nt. . .'

The' ower or.oper~to.rsh.all allovt:!le .C·alit!Jrnia State' Depart- ..Dient of, HealtbSetvices' or theloc.il b.ealtli agency to inspe¢t'the' f~dlity, ·t.aJcesairn>leB of. vut.es, and insp.ect pertinent.r~corda·;

The. ·owner:oroperator 'sball hintiin t.he qualif~ed personnel .andthe equipment neces.ary. to provide for the '8~fe 'operation of· thefadlfty.· .

the owner or operator &h.111 notify de CdifcirniaStateDepart­.entcit HealthServ:1-t:ea of-a prop<)Eed thangein' owers4ip of thetacili;ty. in thellethod~f operation :0£ the facility, or of pro­

'PQ&ed closure ot" 'thefacilit.y30 daYS.p·dorto .such event. .

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2. Records.

The owner or operator .hall file' t.hb laterill StatlUl .Document atthe facHit.y.~d at hia ,place of busineu.

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t:l:ieCaTIfornfa state-Dep.-rtmeniof Health Services .within aix tDonth.of the effective date of this document. an operation plaoin accord­ance with Section 66376, Title 22 of the California AdministrativeCode.

4. Prohibited acts.

The. owner or opentor shall not do any of the following Acta:-

(a) . Trea t; store t or dispoa,e of hazardous was tea which a re notidentified.

(b) Employ prCicess'eanot described in the application.

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5. Liai'itation~

Th~ 'o~er or' operator . shall cOlllP1y .....i th . the ,conditions of this docu-­meat and withaiiyqew. or:modificidconditiona; which the . CdiforniaSlate ;.DepartmeD.tofH~alt.hServi:,cesdeems necessary toprotec:t public'·h.ealth.,or '.theenviro.nill~nt.k'new interim status condition' 'or •.modificatioQ" of .ane~i'~~1ri8 .i.uterirD status. condition s.hallbecomeef!ective _on the date··:tbatwdtten notice of· such change is receivedbyt~~ owner oroperator~' . . .

NOTE:Unlessexpi1.ciUy stai~d~ther:Viiiet aU cross reference•. to {t~iD..this. Interim Status DoctUiieJit.ahaU refer only to 'items occurring -.....fthin tbe' same Part. .!>il-:Pa·rts.a~e identified by Roun .numerall~•.The.'items :Iiet:-fotth 'itieach'Paitaliall 'apply to theo.....i:lez:top~r~to~ t', :andlor .'·£aCilitY.1naddlt1oi-l·>..to'.. the, 1.t:emll tiet. forth in. anyprec~dins '.­andlor follo.....ing'·.Pari!i·!thildoc:u.ent~.· .. . .

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Ca) Hazardous ....ast:e shall not. be stored at the facility for longer'than one year ....ithout. written. approval' from the CaliforniaState Department of Heal th SerVice••

(c) Hazardous wute shall bestoZ\ed 'ill asecure.:~nclo6ure such as.a . buH-ding, 'tooaso.r fenced;;i re~,:, which::~b'all::preventunauthor-'ize!iIlersonsfi'ola :&~ining access. ,.to.the ·W:aateand i,.n .3 :mannerttl;at will p~event ·6pills. A"ca'ut'ioii:si&=ri/shaU b~ postedattd .;;'i~'ible frOns' anY···:d'1:ic·ction::.of :3tc~·~I!:~o;:.;;;v.#~;:o;-;l1.i!z~,rd9us waste'stored in. suchenc1osure'~ Wording·o.f.. :<t;a~~j:qn·;signsa~all be. ' .'. :.in. EngU,sh, ."Cautiort';.Hazardous. ;Walt..~·. 'Storage ,Ar~a-Unauthorized,.: ,:":

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Prior ·to use, haurdoUi vaste .tora.ge· bpks and their appurte- ..... - . _: n.ncel shall be certified by ail· engiileer regi,stetedinCalifornia::.j .:> :.: .to be structurally sound and of ·adequat.e const.tiJctionfor the'.,·.· . '.intended use. .

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(e) Valve. on ha"zsrdou& wute storage tao.ks .hall be kept locked,when the facility i. unattended.

3. WasteBprohibited~

Hazardous wutes described below .hall not be handled at. the' facility:. . .

(a) . Flammable wastes .nd water-reactive wastes as defined inSe.c.tiou"66072 and 66236, respectively, Title 22 of.the California Admin-'is'frstive Code~

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(e) Forbidden, aodClass -A explosives8s defi~ed in Sections 113~Sl:­A·nd173.53, Title 49, C!>deofFederd Regulations.

4. PtibHcwatersupplY.

If,a public wa·ter supply is used at the facility,ih~s~rv'i~e cOI1-~~,,.:'nectionshlJ;il .be,prote~tedfrOID contamination as.specified' iO"Sec- 'tion 7604, ',title 17 0'£ the 'C~nforn'i~ AdlIliniatratlveCOde~' ..

5. feD<:ing·.

The perimeter <!f the. haia!=dous ""aste area of .the ~adl;ft,ys~·a~l.~e;secuz:-ed llY A ""ell-maintained feDce~ capable of preve~~:tng;th~:.'i.ntru"

. sian of. liv~s.todcarid·of .discouraging entry by unatiiliorized':perJ>onii~

If. the entire facility is appropriately. fenced, . i.e ··the 'gelleral'ptib- ­lie does not have"access to the.hazllrdous wa·st.e area, a.n'dif~he[ha;';'

ardoiuiwalte area' is: .po·st~d"iih warning sfgns:asdesd'ibeiL,ehewhere.inthia:doe~ent~ no addltional fence :ShaU lie ·requftedaz':o,.\.uid.the' .'huardous, aF~~ :unless the absence of such a fence·.colild.,res. t1,lt·:in;.lazard' to;h~al~.. aafety:,. or: the:environment. '. .... , ... ' ,

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tresplluer. may enter the facility luch as at trailll, 1I14jo!:, drainage.,and ridge." Wordiug of the aigns ahall be in English, "Caution­_Hazardous Wast.e Area-Unauthorized Persona Keep Out", and Spanish,

_"Cuidadol Zona de Residuol Peligrosol. Prohibidala Entrada a Per-sonaa No Autorizad~a". -

8. Telephone or radio coa:municatioa.o'

A telephone or radio for summoning aid :in the event. of an emer«ency "shall be' in workable conditionaadavailable for immediate' u.eby

·perlionnel working in the hazardou&waatearea oftbe facility.,

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J:heowner or operat.or shall provide to personnel working in .the haz­ardous waste area .of the hcilityadequatenumbera o(ufety showera.·Thesafe-tY:showers thaUbe in "orable condition a'ad available foriai1ediate u.e.

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The owner or operator shall provic:1eto.peraonnel worklngin the'hazardoullwaate area of the facility ade'Ciiutenumbers of eyevuhe.~ ,The eyewashes ahallbe inworbbiecondition a'nd" a.....ailable for'

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'The: owner or,op~rator shall ,provide to perSonnel working .in the.haz3i:dous waste a.rea .of the faciH:ty adeqUate riuiDbera of industrial­type' first-aid kits. The kits ~hall be aaintaine~ and available.for11111ledbte '\I.I'f!~

.12. Protect1Ye clo·thlDg~

The· oWner or operator-shall provitle to per.onnel worki~g in the .hazardouSlw,lstearea of-the facility.adequate numbers of the. f01­:lowingNational .Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (lUOSH)·.tipprovedequipme~t-if appropriate:'

(a) Protective' head gear .and flee :"'I.U.." .

(b) Che.cieally reaistant apparel and' gloves.

(c) Self-conta~ned breathing apparatuland respirAtor- with theaPIJroved cartridges.

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If at any time there jl ~ sale employee 00 the premises, the employeeshall have immediate access to an alarm or other communication devicecapable of summooing external emergency as,sistance.

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111. SAFETY, EQ.U IPMENT, AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE

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The facility O\o'ner or operator .$hall have .an. IdentlflcatlonnumborIssued.by the U.S. tnvl ronmental Protect.fon Agency (EPA) .•

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Before transferrln-g'ownershlpor operatIon of the f:icilltydurlng I ts operating 1,Ife or durl"gthe post-closure carep,erJod, the owner.or operator shall notify the new owner' or',operatorln wrItIng of the condldons 'of chIs document.

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(,) (1) Before the owner or operator tr~ats, stores, or dIsposesof -a pa'rticular type of hazardous waste for the first time,he :shall ,obtain a detalJed cheinh:aland physlc,,1 a,nalysh

'of a representative sample of thewaste~ At a mlni.mum,thisana'l ys I ssha'U conta Inallthe Inrormat Ion which mustbe known to tteat'.~tore,or cil$pos~ of the waste In .Acc;ordance wi th the conditIons of thIS do<;ument~

(2) The .nalYs Is may Inctude d.'ta devel'oped for other purPoses I

and, exist I ng',pub IIshed or documented ~at. on the hazardousw:aasteor on waste generatedfrCX\1 sl/ll~lar processes. .

'(3)' The anal YS [s stia n~ber~peated.s necessary to, ensure thatItls ~ccuh:i~e andup-co";date. At ~ari'-tnlmum, thelnatysh

,lIIIUst be repeated cwhenthe Climer or' qpera tor hnot I ft ad;or has reason tob~1 leve; that the process 'or operation'genera't rng the tiazard9us waste ,has changed.

(b) 'Upon, the effective date of this doc~nt. the owner or operatorshall follow -a written wute 4nalysls plan whleh descrtbes theprocedures wh Ieh wi I I be used to comp IY ....1th Itern 3 (a). Theplansoallbe subject toa.pproval by the CallforJ'lla StateOep.r~ment of Health ServIces .nd shall be kept at the facIlity.At a IIlnlmum;the plan,s'i)all,specl,fy: .

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OJ The-sampling method .....hlch ..... 111 be used t9 obtain arep're­sentatlve sample of the waste to beanaJyzed. A represen-"tatJvesample may be obtainedusingal ther:

One of the sampttnq methods described In Appendix I,Part 261, rTtle40, Code of Federal Regulations; or

(II) hi equivalent sampl ing metho<i ..pproved by the Cal HomlaSt~teOepartment of Heal th Services. .

(4) The ,frequency wi thwh i ch the; ni t i~i analysis of the .....as te\(H:lbe.·revlewecf orrepea ted to en.slJre ttt~ t thoana·lys IsIs:accLlrate.and up';'to~ate;'

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(c) Upon thC!effectlvc date of this document, a .sIgn wIth thelegend, "Celutlon - Hazardous Waste Area-UnauthorizedPersons Keep Out t " shalt be po,ted at each er'!tranceto theactive portron of the facilIty, and at other locations. In,ufflclent'numbers to be seen from any approach to thisactive porclon. The legend shall be written In Engllghand Spanish, "Culdadol Zona De Reslduous Pel'grosos.Prohlbrda ,La Entrada A Personas No Autorlz:ada,sllt ,and shallbe legible from a dIstance of at leasel5 feet. ExistIngsigns' with a legend other than "Cautlon- H~zudous.'JuteArea- Unauthorized Persons Keep Outll ~y be ,used, if theJege!'ld on ,the s Ig" Indl cates tha t on Iy authOdzed personnel,~realiowed to enter the actIve portion, and that entryonto the ~ctlve portIon can be dangerous. .

S. InspectIons ..

Th~owner ,ot" ,ope.ratorshaH rnspectthe 'faclHty for malfunctiOnsa'nd deteriorat,l on, operate'-r erro'rs ~and'dlsehar.ges Wh ichmay. be,caus 1;',9'<"-01" 'may, lead to~';'~erease of hiizardooswaSie constltuC!nts..to' t~e e~\dr~_~!lt : Q,r, ~a. ,_~hr~a;t"'L;~.~,!:,,~n ,:~ea,r~ h~;::-!I-l ~ ..,""""e r::'iqr.~·~: ."operator 'shal I conduct "these'<lnspeCtions'~ften'enough to .,I dentlfy'problems. I~tlme ,_to correct 'th~'bef()re ,tneY'harm:'hinnan 'he!ahh 'or-the environment. ' .

(b) (I) The,.owner or:,operator_.shil'llfot'lC7w'l8 'w,r" tien 'scheduie ftitInspe.ctrng ,al J mc;frftori:;,g' equ{p~n',~, 'safety: a~~ ell)ergericyequ Ipnient, ,~ecu,rltY"'~I:Y:1ces,'~ ~nd :l;)peratln.9 'andstru~tura,iequ i'Pme'nt (si.,rC:h"as dJ'kes','andslUnp,pUmPS:) that are liiipor-fant,to' .preven t log, '. ,d~tec,dnh ; "0 rr.~spOndln9 ,to env'l ronme~ tiS Ior human hea IChh.izard's'.-,,' . ,

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(J) H~ shan keep, t~Js $ch~d~:ii~~:lt: th~:':flcf~r'ty~

(It, The sched~le 'Shalh"rd~nt(fY~:th~,:typeS'Of' probt~s(e:,g., '.'me ffullc,t I'ons,or,dete.rJo'ra'tl offlwtH d(are 'tobc"loo~ed .for'durlngtne ,J Ii~pectlon le~9.,i, InoPer.atlve sUmp pump, 'Ie~ki n9efltt Ing,erod fngdl kes w e,t~.). ' ,

(5) The frequettCYQf Inspect:l~ 'lI\IY nry for: the, Items on the.schedule.- However, It shall ,be based on the rAte,of,

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possible deterioration of the equIpment and the probabilityof an envi ronmenta 1 or human hea J th Inci dent I f the de terl-oration or malfunction or any operator error goes undetected ---betweeoJnspectJon.$-.-Areas subj ec"t--"to --sp I-l-h-.--~uch- ar~-~ ---loading and unloading areas shall be Inspected dally whenIn use. At a minimum, the Inspection schedule $hall Includethe I tems and frequenc1 es COl lied for elsewhere In th Is ,doc-unent.

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The owner or operator shall remedy any deterioration or malfunc­tion of equipment or structures which. the lnspectlon reyeals on.; schedule which shall·be subject to approval by the Callfornl.'StateOepartment of Health Services and which shall ensure thatthe problem does not lead to an envl ronmenu I or human hea1t:hhazard. Where a hazard isltm1inent or has already occurred,remedlal~ction shall be taken Irrmedlately.

The owner or operator shal ( r~corcl InspectIons In anlnspectlonlogorsl.IIl1llary., . He sha tr keep tneserecords for .01 t 1cas t threeyears from the date of Inspection. At aminlinum, these recordsshall rndudethe date. anq tJflle..ofthe inspectlon,.the ·n;Srric,q.f'the I riSpector'; iJ·. nothlonofthe obs~tvatrons made, ~nd th~.d~t~and nature of '~nyrepajrsorother remedial actions",

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(a) (I) F~a~l.llty; personnel sharl .successfully complete .pr.'ograili. ,ofclu's room I ns true t teln Ci ron· the-Jobt foa In I ng that teaches

them.to perform their duties {nawaythatensures .the . .facntty's conipllanc~ wi th the condlt'lonsof this' document.·The owner or¢perator, shal 1 .ensure tfiat thots prdgraniin~etudes altthe elements d~scrlbedl.,"derltesn6 {a){3) •.

Thl.s .pr~ram shall ~ directed by .• person .tralnedlnhaz-.ardous wastoma""9ementprccedures~and shall 'Incrude 'Initrue- .tlon which' teaches lacll ltv 'personnel hazardo,us wastt!.man~g~n.tp'rocedures ·{Ineludfng·eonflrigency· pl"n tmplem.entatlori)rele~va~ tto the' positions t Ii .\oofl (en 'they" a r. "emP Ioyed.

. (3) At .a.mlnlmum,the tralnlngprogramsMH, De .designed toe.nsuret·hat facilIty personnel areable,to respondeffe¢tlvelyto,emerg~nclcs by hmillarlzlng them with emergency 'proce­dures; emergency equipment, Ind emergen.cy 'systems, Including~here 'appl (~b'e:

(I) Procedures for usIng, Inspecting, repairing, and re-­placing hcrtrt'l"emergcncy Ind tlX:lnltorlng equipment;

(tr) Key parameters-for lutomitlc wutc feed cut-offsystems;

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Response to fIres or explosIons;

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(vI) Shutdown ·ofoperatJons.

(bl F~eillty personnel shall have successfully completed theprogram required In Item 6 (a) by the effectIve date of thIsdocument or wIthIn sIx roonths ·after the date of the.Jr employmentor assignment ·toafacnlty, or to anew posItion at a facilIty,whichever Is later. Employees hIred after the effectIve date ofthis documentsha II not work In unsupervised po$1 dons until theyhave completed the training requirements of Item 6 (a).

Fac:IHty personnel shall take part Inan al)nua.1 revIew of the,Inlfrartraining tequii"eo In Item 6 (a).

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(t) The Job tItle for' each pos ItIana t the fae I lrty relatedto haz;ardous was te management, and the name of the em~ Joyeeflltln9 each job.

(1) A written jo.b description for eachposlt I~n II sted underHem 6 (d)(J).This. description may be. consi·stent In Itsde9re~ of speel ficl ty with descrlpt Ions for -others imllar.positlons In the same company locatJon ~r bar9aint~g unit,but shall Include the requhiteskll.1, ·et;fucatio,:,. or otherqualifiCations, and duties of facilIty perSOnnel assIgnedto each posItIon; . . . '

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.CIt). Records' that document that the traInIng or Job experiencerequ I red' under Items 6 Ca). (b), and (c) ha 5 been gIven to,

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. (~) TralnJr~9 records'on eurrenfpersonnel as requIred In Item 6 (d) 4.shan be kept untl1 closure of the facl1Jty. TraInIng recordson former employees shall be kept for at I·east three years fromthe date the employee last worked at the faell·ity. Personnel·tra In In9. records may accompany perSonnel transferred wI th In thesaine .company •

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(a) The owner or C1QeXcatol"'_-3ha-I-lc~aKe-p-re-c:alJtlonscCcto-preve-nt·acd-. cc_.----'~cc_-~cc----~-----clei'ltaT-r9nTtfon or reactIon of ig:titable or reac::t:lve wasU.(--TnI, ""ute sha II be separated and protected from' sources of

i9"I.tlon or reaction. While ignitable or reactive waste Isbeing handled. the owner or operator sn..11 confine smoking and·open flame to specially desIgnated locations.' "140 Smokingll

$;gns shall be conspicuously placed wherever there Is a haz.rd,from ignitable or reactIve waste.

(b) The treatment, storage, or dIsposa.l of Ignitable or reactivewaste. and the mixture or ccwmlingling of Incompatible wastes,.or Incompatible was'tes and.materiah.shal1 be conducted sothat It do~s not:

<I) Generate extreme heat or pressure. 'fli'~ or explosion, orv 101 cnt reae t ion;

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0) Produce uncontro ne.d flam'l1abte fumes or gases In sufficleilt·quantities to pose _.rlskof fjre orupl.oslons;

(4) Oarnage~he structur~l lntegrJtyof the devIce "r facilItycontaining thew... ste; or

(5) Through other 11 kemeans thru.ten 'hUMn h~.1th or the envi­ronment •

.Mai n tenance ·and opera t lon . of f .Ie III ty~

~. fad H ty shall be 'maintalned ancf oper.ated tqminhdze the posS(­blllty of a f\p-e.e.xplosion. or.~ny unplanned .suclden ot' non.;sudde.n·r-el~se,of Mzardous 'was.te or haurdol,ls'waste 'corts'Cltu,ents to dr,soil" or surfice water whiCh eOuldthre.aun hurqnhealthorthe

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A1Jf:a(;ility conmunl~tjons or.lu'III systefttS. fire protection equlp­~nt:. spt 11 control equi~nt, ..nd decontanlinatfon eq.uipment. wherer~quired~ ~haJl be tested and Jna'inuined u necessary to ensure itsproper operation 'In time of emergen~y. .

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The owner or operator sh.11 maintain "hIe space as needed to allow"the unobstructed movement of personnel, fire protection equipment;

spill ~ontrol equipment, and decontamination equipment to ,Any .ruof faelll ty op~ra t Ion In an emergency.

11. Arrangements wI tft.loea I author! ties.

"Upon the effcctlvc datcof this document, the owner 01'" operatorshall attempt to make the following. arrangements, as appropriAtefor the type ofwaHe handled at the facllity and the potentialneed for thcservlc:es of these organizations:

(I) Arrangetl\ents to familiarize pollee, fIre departments, andemer9~ricy response teams with the layout of, the facility.proper:t~es of hazardous waste handl'edat the fael Jf ty and'as:soCia ted haza rd.s, places whe re he HI ty personne I lIoQul d':rio~Hybe ',.-:irHng,entrances to roads Inside the facility;,arid poss i ble evacua t Ion routes; ,

(Z)\lhi~~-;:;rj;)r'~,:th~~_OhC police and fl ~e departrnentmightresporidto :a:;l':~,ergency, agreemen t$ deslgna t fng pdmary ·eme-rgcncy

,..authorl,ey to a speci fie pollee and a speclflcfl r~ depar,t­:'iilent~,ari:d'~9reetnents wi th any others to provide suppOrt to,the 'primary 'emergency authQrl ty; ,

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(J}A9:t~~nts wlth',State emergency response teams,~rgenc.y'respcinse:c~mtractors• and equipment suppl ,I ers; ,and

(4)~rrang~~t$ 'to fall'iiHarlzelo~1 hospItals with the,prop"ertie'sofha%a'r~Ouswa5tehandled at the henl tyand' the,:typ:e,~of: tnJurles or Illnesses which could result from' .:f1,..e~~ ,expLoslon~, or releases at the facility. .

(b) Wher.,c State or ,Joc:a,i author,1 ties decline to' enter Into stich. ~tran'9eiiien ts" the' 'Owner or opera tor sha II documen t, the refusal

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t,JpOntheeffeetlve: date of this document 9 the owner or 'operator: .sha>tfM'vc.'. cOnti ngencyplan for the facility.' The contingencyplan shill b'e subJect to Ipprova 1 by thee.. 11 forn (.. $titeDepartment of 'Health Services and shall be deslgnedtomlnlmlzah.azards'to human he-alth or the environment from flres, explo-sl on$, Of' any unp) 41nned sudden or non-suddenrele.ue of hazardous .waste or hazardous waste constl tucnts to aIr" 'soll, or surfacew~te".

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13. Content'of contingency pl~n.

(a) The contlngcocy plan shall descrlbe the actronsfacfn~y

pusonne I shall take, to comply wI th Items t 2··.lnd 171 n re­sponse to fires, explosions, or-any unplanned sudden or,non-'sudden release of hazardous waste or hazardous,w~ste

constituents to .ir, solI; or surface water.t the facftlty.

Iftheowner oroper~tor has already prepared some otheremerge,ncy or contingency plan, he ,need only amend that plan

. to Incorporate hazardous waste management provisions thatare sufHcient tocqcnplywi th the condi tlons of this doct.iment~

The 'plan shalldescrJ~ artangemeritsa'greed' toby localpol ice 'depa rtmen ts ,'(ire depa'rtment~, hasp I ta Is., contractors,.and State arid lcX:ales¥rgericy response teams to coordinate~r:gency.servjce5;purs~~nt':to'Ittin'i3~"" '

Thep Ian' 'sha 111 rs ti"1ames,~address~~ ,a~dphone numbers'(offIce and home)' of,alJiperso'ns'qual'lfl~d', to act as ,emergenc:yeoord Inator (seeJt~ 18), and "th Is I 1st shall bekept up to date ~'Where',mdr.e,than"onepersonI5 llste~, oneshall ,be named ',ispr.imary:.~~r~~~ey :cOcl rdJ,h!3tor andother~shall 'bel f s,tedl nthe"o'fder,"1 n'wn Ichttiey ,will assume re-sponslbl i, ty', as alternates/ ' ,

The plan shalt Jricludea,'lstcifallemergency equJp<nent at .'the, faClUty'(suchasflre extinglJishingsystems, spin, control,'equiPment,eotTrnuni'catJor:ts,.~n.da'la~, s,y~tems H nterna landextetnal)~'4nd decontam'lnation,equ{.pment). w.her~ thl S t!qulp·ment "I~:requ(i:ei:l.fhisH5~,·$ha:1L:~ck~pt up :to date. tnadd t t Ion, thep.1an ~halr ,HI¢'Hide> 'the: Ioeatlon and, Iphys 1ea I;d~ser,lptfon ,of,each J;t~"on',thellst;'anda 'brief outlIne 'ofJt.::'ap.~,ll1tles. " ' , ' " "" "

',(t) , Thepl..nshall Inc1udean. e~a~u~tl()O"pl~~forfad 11 typersonnel ', who,to there 'I's. pOsslbll:l.tyth.1tevacuitlon could be necessary.

Th h.p:1 an shall deserl~ Slg'rians r,tc 'beused to ,begIn evaeu·atlort routes" ~nd ,lte'mate 'evacuatIon routes On cases wherethe prlm.ary routes could be bloc~ed by releases of huardouswastes or fJ res}. '

14. Copies of contIngency plan.

A copy of tM con t Ingency p IAn an-d .11 rev Is Ions to the plin s.~11be:

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The cont I"geney plin ,sha 11 be rev lewed. and t~ j a te Iy amended.If necesslry" whenever:

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(e) 'Thelht of emergency coo,rdlnator's changes; ,or

(d) 'The Itst of emer-gencyequlpmont;chloges,.

,Emergeocy c:oord It\~tor~

~.tlll tImes', there ,shaJI be ,at least one employee ~tth.~r",on':tJ:lefl'cilrty,~r'emises 'or on call (i~e•• aV~ilab'l~:t,o'fesPQ-nd'.fo:an:~emergency byieach r"g, ~he faclll:tY"wi th In ,ashO':ft:pe;,ff:O,d,'ooJ:tiime).,wioth the' re~pOns Ibillty fOr eoorcHnating 'a U: .~~:tnc'Y:':r.~sp()ta'se> 'lnC~sures.This ~;'gency coordl natorshall~' ,t~f.6~9~;lV~Jan!)~1..'t.rwi tha 11 as~ect~of,thefac.r I 1~yls conti n~ency',,?rtfl'(;,iJ:;n~<oP~:~,~J1onsand activi ties at the' faciH ty. the location and cha:f'\ac1;~r,lstlJ=50f

waste h.1lidled,' ttJe location of a'il records wi t.hth,:,the'faet'l+tY:,-,a~dthefa'el'lity 'I.,yout.,In a~dIHon.. ttih'person ,s.~'H:,:ha'Yi!"th~ , ,authorl tr' 'to eotmil t there.s'Ourcos 0 'needed' .to' c.arTy';;ou,t, ..tn'e;co~dpgenqplan.' " ' ' ,

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~~r):here Is :an' ritrnlnont or-actual' ~t:9~:iiey;Yid.it"i~'n.the emergency coord.lnator {or his daslgneC.;~n:~t~o:,,~rger1cy'COordinator lson 'cal J) s~n: :,

(1) lemedlatelyactlvate Internal facl1nY,~I,'~r:msO,r,:~rirQ-'tlonsystems, where appliCable, to notify ,:altfacl.lltypersonnel; , ' "

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(2) IIrmcdlately notify appropriate State orleeal iigencles wIthdesf~nated 'response 'roles If the.irhelp Is naeded; and

(3) Kotlfy the C~1tfornl.,Sute OePI'rtmeiit of 'Health 'ServIcesbytelephono or telegraph within 24 hout'Sof oecu"rrenee.

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(b) 'w'henever there 15,a release, fl re, o.r explos Ion,· the emergencycoordinator shall Imnediately Identify the character, exactsource, amount, and areal extent of any releaill~!'1.ttel':laJ~-.----_Th is__may be -done by -observa-t+onorCteview-of~facll"1ty records or

-------------------------- -manifests and, If necessary, by chetllic.J iMlysls.

(c) Concurrently, the. emergency coordinator shall assess possiblehazards to human health or the environment that may resuit·from the release; fire, or explosion. This assessment shallconsider both direct and Indirect effects of the release, fire;or explosion (e.g.,. the effects of anytox{c, Irritating, or .asphyxiating gases that are generated, or the effects of any··hazardous surface water run~offs from water or chemical agentsused to contra) fire and heat-induced explosIons). .'

(d) If the emergency coordl·nator detemlnes ·that tf:le f~c1lltyhcuhad a release, fire., or explosion which could threatenhuman health, or the environment, outside the facl1 Ity, theflndi.ngs shall be reported as fol1owsf .

'CO The emergency cO?rdinator',.shall l/fJl1CdJately notify .either the government offll:I~1 designated as the on-scenecoordinator .forthat ge09.raphlcalarea (tn the appllcabljSregiorial contingency pl·an:unc;fer. Part IS10, Title 40~ 0"

i:ode ·ofFedera) 1\egl.ll at ions},·· or t~e Hat Iona I. Response .Center. (using .their 2lt-.hourtoll free number: 800/424-8802) •.the r:epo·rtshal1 Include:' . .

(r) Hame .and telephone number of reporter;

.(11) Name and address. of fad Hty;

(nl) Time and type oflnddent (e.g •• rcleas.c, f(re);

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{fhls ass~ssrrient IndIcates thlt evacuatIon of loeal areasrnay be advlsable~ appropriate local authori.ttes shall benotified Immediately. The ~rgeney coordinator shall beIval.lable to help appropl"iateofflcials decide whetherIOea.J areu should be evaeuned.

(e) During an emergency the emergency coordin.ator· shat·. tak.e allreasonable measures neceuary to ensure that flres~ explosIons,and rel~ses do not occur, recur. or· spread to other hazardous

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