Clean Harbors Wilmington, formerly Ensco West, Incorporated, Approval of a Class 1* Permit Modification
The California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC), pursuant to authority granted under Division 4.5, California Code of Regulations, Title 22, Chapter 20 has issued a Class 1* Permit Modification (Permit Modification) pursuant to California Health and Safety Code section 25200 at the Clean Harbors Wilmington, LLC Hazardous Waste Facility (Facility). DTSC prepared an Addendum to an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the Permit Modification to an existing Hazardous Waste Facility Operating Permit. DTSC received a request for a Permit Modification to authorize the replacement of roll-off containers that store solid hazardous waste at the Facility. The existing bins currently hold 20 cubic yards of solid hazardous waste and will be replaced with roll-off bins that can hold 40 cubic yards of solid hazardous waste. There is no proposed construction for secondary containment and the bins will be placed on an existing paved area. There are no anticipated operational changes and no ground disturbing activities proposed by the Facility. The Facility is located at 1737 East Denni Street, Wilmington, CA 90744 and operates under a current Hazardous Waste Facility Permit.
DTSC issued a Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) equivalent Hazardous Waste Facility Permit was issued to former facility owner ENSCO West Inc. in 1995. The 1995 Permit authorized the Facility to treat and store a variety of hazardous wastes, in tanks and containers, from off-site generators. The Facility changed ownership from ENSCO to Teris Wilmington LLC. in 2001, and then from Teris Wilmington LLC. to Clean Harbors Wilmington LLC. in 2006.
There are no anticipated operational changes proposed and no proposed ground disturbing activities. This project requires no significant construction. The Facility has been permitted since 1995 and the Addendum would not result in any new or substantially more severe significant impacts on the environment.