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V2 MARTA Hazardous Waste Prezi - Other Facilities

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Transcript of V2 MARTA Hazardous Waste Prezi - Other Facilities

WHO YOU GONNA CALL?
BACKGROUND
GENERATOR STATUS
HAZARDOUS WASTE
RECYCLING
SPILL & EMERGENCY RESPONSE
UNIVERSAL WASTE
HAZARDOUS & REGULATED WASTE GENERATOR TRAINING
Department of Safety and Quality Assurance
PURPOSE OF THIS TRAINING
To meet regulatory requirements



To make everyone aware of MARTA’s responsibilities regarding hazardous waste management

Federal
State
A solid, liquid, or contained gas that is no longer useable or is destined for disposal
Meets one of the following criteria:
AND
Ignitable
Corrosive
Toxic
Reactive
Listed
Note:
DSQA will determine which wastes are hazardous
Work the system until you reach someone!
Contact DSQA Environmental
Facility Spill Coordinator

Varies per facility

DSQA Environmental
(404) 848-6500
(404) 848-6522

Rail System Control Center


(404) 848-3400

Bus Communications Center

(404) 848-4368

MARTA Police Communications

(404) 848-4911

MARTA is responsible for its waste FOREVER
GENERATION
ACCUMULATION
TRANSPORTATION
TREATMENT / DISPOSAL
RCRA regulates hazardous wastes from “cradle to grave”
What is a Hazardous Waste?
Generator Status
Three levels:
1
2
3
Large Quantity Generator (LQG) = Browns Mill

Small Quantity Generator (SQG) = Armour Yard
Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator (CESQG) = All other MARTA facilities

More waste =
More requirements
Aerosols
Cleaners
Fuel
Degreasers
Solvents
Hand sanitizer
Common Hazardous Wastes
Spill debris
Paint related materials
Water Treatment chemicals
Hazardous Waste
Sonic Parts Washer Waste
Aerosol Can Waste
Obsolete Chemicals
Paint Waste
Preventing spills & leaks
Not mixing chemicals with oil
Ordering chemicals through Stores
Never bringing chemicals from home
Ordering only what you need
Label
Securely close the lid
OR
Notify DSQA to arrange for proper disposal

Got Hazardous Waste?
“Hazardous Waste”
The type of waste
Used Batteries
Label with:
“Universal Waste Batteries” or “Used Batteries”
Date

Tape terminals / leads

Properly dispose within 1 year

If leaking, place in secondary container
Allow the dust to settle
(about 5 minutes)

Sweep glass and powder into a bag

Seal the bag

Place in 5 gallon bucket

Apply label (if needed)

Contact DSQA for disposal
Universal Waste
Includes: NiCd, NiMH, Lithium
Does not include: lead-acid, alkaline

Does not include: LEDs which are returned to manufacturer

Used Batteries
Used Lamps
Used Lamps
LampTracker® boxes
Label with:
Universal Waste
Lamps” or “Used Lamps”
Date

Keep boxes closed

Recycle within 1 year

Give to Stores
for recycling

Broken
Fluorescent Lamps
Used Oil
Label as “Used Oil”

Container in good condition / not leaking

Drain oil filters before disposal
Spent Lead-Acid Batteries
Recycle through Stores


Place in secondary container if leaking or broken


Anything that contains a circuit board

Must be recycled through MARTA-approved vendor
Computers
Monitors
TVs


Electronic Waste
Ballasts
PCB Ballasts
Special disposal required
Non-PCB Ballasts
Place in general trash

Electronic Ballasts – Electronic waste
Single Stream
OR
Blue Recycle Bins

Bins with Blue Recycle Labels

Recycling @ MARTA
Single Stream – What
can
be recycled?
Plastic
Glass
Aluminum
Paper (office, newspaper, magazines)

Cardboard (flatten)
Single Stream – What
can’t
be recycled?

Material-specific recycling
Scrap metal
Wood
Scrap tires
Emergency Equipment
Know locations of
Spill kits
Fire extinguishers
Emergency eyewashes & showers
Evacuation routes
Phone
Spill Response Procedures
Call Supervisor or Facility Spill Coordinator:



Spill response steps:

Type of spill
Location
Amount
Stop the spill
Contain the spill
Cleanup the spill
Spill Debris
Place in appropriate container

Label with contents

Close container

Contact DSQA
cell
QUESTIONS / COMMENTS?
(404) 848-6500
(404) 848-6522

Office:
Cell:
Paper towels, tissues, napkins
Food / Food contaminated items
Grocery / plastic bags
Styrofoam
Wax coated paper products
Regulated wastes
Hazardous Waste Manifest

Keep records for 3 years and available for inspection

Only MARTA personnel with
both
DOT manifest training and RCRA hazardous waste training can sign
Shipping Hazardous Waste
What not to do…..
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