Fuel-related Wastes - Minnesota Pollution Control Agency

Fuel-related Wastes - Minnesota Pollution Control Agency

www.pca.state.mn.us Fuel–related Wastes Guidance for generators of fuel–related wastes Fuel-related wastes generated in Minnesota are subject to the...

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Fuel–related Wastes

Guidance for generators of fuel–related wastes Fuel-related wastes generated in Minnesota are subject to the Hazardous Waste Rules administered by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) and the metropolitan counties of Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin, Ramsey, Scott, and Washington (Metro Counties).

What are fuel–related wastes? Fuel-related wastes include: · Manufactured petroleum-based and other-based fuels that are contaminated and cannot be used for their intended purpose as fuels until they are reclaimed or re-refined. · Petroleum fuel spill cleanup materials · Fuel filters Assume fuel-related wastes are hazardous unless you can demonstrate they are nonhazardous. You may dispose of fuel-related wastes as fully regulated hazardous wastes, or you may manage certain fuel-related wastes under the reduced requirements discussed in this fact sheet.

What are not fuel-related wastes? Fuel-related wastes do not include: Contaminated or degraded fuel products that, without any reclamation or treatment beyond simple filtering, will be used to produce heat, motive power, or other legitimate energy use. Fuels reasonably used for heat, motive power, or other legitimate energy use are products and are not subject to hazardous waste regulations. Burning for disposal is not legitimate use of a fuel. A contaminated fuel is considered burned for disposal when the energy is not reasonably used for heat, motive power, or other legitimate energy use, or when an unreasonably excessive amount for the intended use is burned. ·

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Wastes resulting from products that were not originally intended to be used as fuels, including those normally used as solvents, release agents, and paints, even if they readily burn. Discarded products containing common fuel ingredients, including those containing ethanol, such as perfumes and hand sanitizers.

Contaminated fuels that have been used as solvents, such as diesel fuel used as asphalt release agent. Manage these wastes as you would any other newly generated waste. Assume they are fully regulated hazardous wastes unless you have evaluated and documented them to be nonhazardous or show them to meet other exceptions, even if recycled. See MPCA fact sheet #w-hw2-42, Recycling Hazardous Waste, at: https://www.pca.state.mn.us/sites/default/files/w-hw2-42.pdf. ·

Spilled crude oil and clean-up and maintenance debris See MPCA fact sheet #w-hw4-11, Crude oil and Unrefined Petroleum Wastes, at https://www.pca.state.mn.us/sites/default/files/w-hw4-11.pdf. ·

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Used oils and related wastes, including lubricating, hydraulic, and cutting oils

See MPCA fact sheet #w-hw4-30, Used Oil and Related Wastes, at https://www.pca.state.mn.us/sites/default/files/w-hw4-30.pdf. Minnesota Pollution Control Agency 651-296-6300 | 800-657-3864 or use your preferred relay service | [email protected]

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Recyclable fuel wastes Recyclable fuel wastes are fuels, such as gasoline, diesel, or jet fuel, that are contaminated with water, dirt, or other materials, or that have chemically degraded during storage and cannot be used as a fuel until reclaimed. In Minnesota, many businesses may generate recyclable fuel waste, including: · ·

Small engine repair shops, salvage yards, and marinas that remove potentially contaminated fuel from vehicles or engines in the course of repair or salvage. Service stations, airports, and tank farms in the form of tank bottoms, pump sumps, and releases recovered from spill containment areas.

Reduced requirements for recyclable fuel wastes Although Federal Regulations exempt recyclable fuel, in Minnesota it is regulated as a hazardous waste until it is actually reclaimed; however, you may be eligible for certain reduced management requirements. To take advantage of the reduced requirements, you must manage your recyclable fuel waste under one of the options below. If you meet all of the conditions for either of these options, you may ship the recyclable fuel waste to a fuel recycling facility registered with the MPCA (see Table 1 on page 4) or approved by the state it is located in without using a hazardous waste manifest, reporting the waste, or counting it towards your hazardous waste generator status. Option 1. Accumulate up to 110 gallons of recyclable fuel waste on your site for up to a year. ·

Store the waste in closed, leak-proof containers labeled with the date you first accumulated that waste in the container and the words ‘Recyclable Fuel’ or ‘Waste Fuel for Recycling’.

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Store the waste containers indoors in an area that will fully contain the waste if it spills or outdoors in a shaded containment area that is curbed and locked. The containers must be set back at least 50-feet from the property line, or as far from the properly line as feasible if your property’s shape precludes the 50-foot setback.

Perform documented weekly inspections of the containers. Option 2. Ship any amount of recyclable fuel waste the day it is generated. ·

If the only hazardous waste you generate is recyclable fuel waste that you manage under one of the options above, you do not need to obtain a Hazardous Waste Identification Number from the MPCA. Manage fuel wastes that do not comply with one of these options - even if the fuel waste is later recycled - as fully regulated hazardous wastes, including use of a manifest for shipment.

Waste mixtures of uncontaminated, on-specification fuels You may accumulate and ship waste mixtures of uncontaminated fuels, which before they were mixed individually met the Minnesota statutory specifications for sale as fuel products, without complying with full hazardous waste requirements if you ensure the mixtures are only used as fuel ingredients, reclaimed, or rerefined. Do not report or count this waste toward your hazardous waste generator size, but ensure it is identifiable and stored to prevent contamination.

Waste fuel pipeline interface materials You may accumulate waste fuel pipeline interface materials without complying with full hazardous waste requirements if you ensure the mixture is transported only in a pipeline for use as a fuel ingredient, for reclamation, or for re-refining. Do not report or count this waste toward your hazardous waste generator size, but ensure it is identifiable and stored to prevent contamination. Page 2 of 4

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Fuel spill clean-up wastes You may generally manage wastes from cleaning up fuel spills without complying with full hazardous waste requirements if you immediately contain and clean-up the spill and report it promptly if appropriate: ·

Fuel spills of more than five gallons. Immediately report fuel spills of more than five gallons to the Minnesota Duty Officer (see More information on page 4). If you report fuel spills to the Minnesota Duty Officer and promptly and completely clean them up, the clean-up materials are exempt from typical hazardous waste requirements. Depending upon the material, the MPCA allows many options for proper disposal of cleanup materials from fuel spills. For disposal guidance, see MPCA fact sheet #c-er4-03, Spill Debris Disposal Options, at https://www.pca.state.mn.us/sites/default/files/c-er4-03.pdf.

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Fuel spills of five gallons or less You do not need to report a fuel spill of five gallons or less. Ensure you recover spills as rapidly and thoroughly as possible. Accumulate clean-up materials from small fuel spills in closed, leak-proof containers labeled with the words ‘Used Oil Contaminated Waste’ or ‘Fuel Spill Cleanup Waste’. You may store them with your used oil-contaminated sorbents, such as floor dry, sawdust, or absorbent pads. Do not burn these wastes on your site unless you meet all the used oil-burning requirements. See MPCA fact sheet #w-hw4-30, Used Oil and Related Wastes, at https://www.pca.state.mn.us/sites/default/files/w-hw4-30.pdf.

Do not count these wastes toward your hazardous waste generator size.

Used fuel filters You may manage filters used to clarify finished petroleum fuels, such as those from fuel pumps and fuel reclaimers, with your used oil filters. See MPCA fact sheet #w-hw4-30, Used Oil and Related Wastes, at https://www.pca.state.mn.us/sites/default/files/w-hw4-30.pdf. Do not count this waste toward your hazardous waste generator size.

Unusable ethanol-water mixtures not economical to distill If you have a mixture of ethanol and water that you cannot use as fuel or fuel ingredient, but that is not economical to distill, you may manage it by shipping it to a Publicly-Owned Treatment Works (POTW) that has agreed to accept the waste. You may ship it to the POTW without using a hazardous waste manifest if you document that the mixture does not contain any petroleum-based ingredients, such as gasoline. Do not report or count this waste toward your hazardous waste generator size.

Registered fuel recycling facilities Fuel recycling facilities may apply for registration in Minnesota by submitting MPCA Form #w-hw7-17, Fuel Recycling Facility Notice of Intent, available at: https://www.pca.state.mn.us/sites/default/files/w-hw7-17.doc. Fuel recycling facilities must place all received recyclable fuel into the actual recycling process within 24 hours of receiving it from the transporter. Current Minnesota registered fuel recycling facilities are listed in Table 1 on page 4.

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Table 1. Registered Minnesota fuel recycling facilities Hazardous Waste Identification Number Facility

Address

Telephone

MNR000003533

East Side Oil Co.

625 SE Lincoln Ave., St. Cloud

320-252-9711

MND095288684

LePier Oil Co.

320 E. 1st St., Fosston

218-435-1040

MND022936181

Lube-Tech Liquid Recycling

2420 W. County Rd. C, Roseville

800-328-5573

MND045956943

Minnesota Petroleum Services

682 39th Ave. NE, Columbia Heights

763-780-5191

MNR000053967

Northern Minnesota Services, Inc

2515 Liberty Pl., Eveleth

218-750-7428

MND006162820

Northern Tier Energy

301 Saint Paul Park Rd., St. Paul Park

651-459-9771

MNR000055988

OSI Environmental

1000 Lund Blvd., Anoka

800-628-7657

MNT280011586

OSI Environmental

14 County Road 101, Eveleth

800-777-8542

MND985761279

Pump & Meter Service, Inc

11303 Excelsior Blvd., Hopkins

952-933-4800

MND022888143

WCEC Industrial Services

1271 72nd Ave. NE, Fridley

763-571-4944

MND058329673

Zahl-Petroleum Maintenance

3101 Spring St. NE, Minneapolis

612-331-8550

mn blue

St Paul Park Refining Anoka

Eveleth

More information Guidance and requirements in this fact sheet were compiled from Minnesota Statutes, Chapter §115; Minnesota Rules, Chapter 7045; and incorporate regulatory interpretation decisions made by the MPCA on September 19, 1997; May 28, 2010; April 13, 2011; June 8, 2011; and January 30, 2013. Visit the Office of the Revisor of Statutes at https://www.revisor.mn.gov/pubs to review Minnesota Rules. Contact your Metro County or the MPCA with your questions. The MPCA’s Small Business Environmental Assistance Program (SBEAP) can also provide free, confidential regulatory compliance assistance. The Minnesota Technical Assistance Program (MnTAP) can help you reduce the amount of hazardous waste your site generates. Immediately report all hazardous waste incidents to the Minnesota Duty Officer. Metro County Hazardous Waste Offices Anoka .................................................763-324-4260 ................................. https://www.anokacounty.us/ Carver .................................................952-361-1800 .................................. http://www.co.carver.mn.us/ Dakota ................................................952-891-7557 ............................... https://www.co.dakota.mn.us/ Hennepin ............................................612-348-3777 ........................................ http://www.hennepin.us/ Ramsey ...............................................651-266-1199 ...............................https://www.ramseycounty.us/ Scott ...................................................952-496-8177 .............................http://www.scottcountymn.gov/ Washington ........................................651-430-6655 ....................... https://www.co.washington.mn.us/ Page 4 of 4

Minnesota Pollution Control Agency Toll free (all offices) ....................................... 1-800-657-3864 All offices ........................................................... 651-296-6300 Website ................................. https://www.pca.state.mn.us/

Small Business Environmental Assistance Program

Toll free .......................................................... 1-800-657-3938 Metro ................................................................ 651-282-6143 Website ......................https://www.pca.state.mn.us/sbeap/

Minnesota Technical Assistance Program Toll free .......................................................... 1-800-247-0015 Metro ................................................................ 612-624-1300 Website .................................... http://www.mntap.umn.edu

Minnesota Duty Officer Toll free .......................................................... 1-800-422-0798 Metro ................................................................ 651-649-5451 February 2018 | w-hw4-19