DTSC approved the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)-equivalent Hazardous Waste Facility Permit (Permit) pursuant to CA Health and Safety Code section 25200 for the existing DeMenno-Kerdoon hazardous waste treatment, storage, transfer, and recycling facility, EPA Identification Number CAT 080 013 352 (the Facility).
Project consists of DTSC's consideration to issue a RCRA-equivalent Hazardous Waste Facility Permit pursuant to CA Health and Safety Code section 25200 to DeMenno-Kerdoon (the Permittee) for its facility at 2000 North Alameda Street, Compton, CA. The approved Permit would be in effect for 10 years and would subject the Hazardous Waste Facility to the terms and conditions set forth in the Permit and in the Part "B" Application (Operation Plan) dated February 12, 2016, and supplemental submittals, which would be incorporated by reference into the Permit.
The Facility is currently operating under the RCRA-equivalent Hazardous Waste Facility Permit issued by DTSC in 2001. The approved Permit (referred to as a permit re-issuance) would allow the Permittee to continue the consolidation, bulking, treatment, storage, transfer, and recycling of RCRA and non-RCRA hazardous wastes such as used oil, waste oil, used antifreeze, and oily water. The activities occur in containers, aboveground tanks and ancillary equipment, and in loading and unloading areas.
The Permit authorizes storage and treatment of hazardous waste in containers with a total maximum contain storage capacity of 944 55-gallon drums or their equivalent volume (51,920 gallons) in other size containers and additional capacity of up to 200 cubic yards of solids in roll-offs and end dump trailers in the Container Storage Unit (Unit 15).
This Permit authorizes storage and treatment of hazardous waste in tanks, a total maximum tank storage capacity of 5,201,662 gallons (5,177,302 gallons in the existing 74 certified tanks and 24,360 gallons in one (1) authorized proposed new tank). The maximum authorized tank treatment capacity is 374,000 gallons per day in the Oil Recycling Process (Units 6, 7, and 8); 242,400 gallons per day for the Wastewater Treatment Plant (Units 10 through 13); 38,400 gallons per day in the Glycol Coolant Recycling Units (Unit 1, 2, and 3); 80,000 gallons per day in the RCRA Fuels Unit (Unit 16); and 576,000 gallons per day of solid waste in the Solid Waste Reduction Unit (Unit 14).