Clean Tech Environmental Inc. Hazardous Waste Facility Permit
NEG - Negative Declaration
Present Land Use
M-2 - Heavy Industrial
CleanTech Environmental Inc. submitted an application to the Department of Toxic Substances Control for approval to construct and operate a used oil recycling facility. The project consists of making a final decision on CleanTech's permit application. If approved, the Permit would allow CleanTech to construct and operate the facility. CleanTech collects used oil from offsite generators (gas stations, oil changers, auto repair shops, etc.) and consolidates the used oil in tanks at the facility. The used oil is treated by blending, gravity separation, and by adding a chemical reagent if necessary, to remove metals and enhance dehydration, to meet the recycled oil standards. CleanTech would then certify the treated used oil as "recycled oil."
CleanTech also collects drums of used oil, waste antifreeze, and non-RCRA wastewater and stores them in a drum storage area. The liquid waste in containers may then be pumped into the appropriate storage/treatment tanks. Additionally, CleanTech collects drums of solid waste include including solid waste contaminated with oil, oil/water separation sludge, contaminated soil with oil, contaminated containers, etc., and places the drums into the drum storage area.
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