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SECTION 2 SWPP Marta V2R1 (Armour)

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Transcript of SECTION 2 SWPP Marta V2R1 (Armour)

DEPARTMENT OF SAFETY AND QUALITY ASSURANCE
ARMOUR YARD RAIL MAINTENANCE FACILITY
STORM WATER POLLUTION PREVENTION & EMERGENCY RESPONSE TRAINING
To meet regulatory requirements

To make everyone aware of their responsibilities.

To support MARTA’s Environmental Management System (EMS).

To avoid fines and other penalties.
PURPOSE OF THIS TRAINING
PURPOSE
SPILL RESPONSE LEVELS
Minor spills
Happens during routine maintenance operations

Is contained indoors

Can be easily cleaned up by maintenance personnel
MARTA has identified two levels of spills
The spill level determines who to notify and what to do.

GENERAL SPILL RESPONSE PROCEDURES
Stop the spill

Contain the spill

Tell a Supervisor

Clean up the spill
* Put all used spill response material into empty drum(s); DSQA will coordinate disposal of spill materials
MAJOR SPILL RESPONSE PROCEDURES
WHO TO CALL
What spilled

How much spilled

Where the spill happened –
be specific!



Has the spill stopped and is it contained?

Tell them:
For a major spill, report the spill immediately.
Keep calling until you reach someone!
Review how to respond to a spill.


Support State and Federal requirements.


Provides contact information and notification procedures.
MARTA Incident Commanders:
Rail System Control Center

Bus Communications Center

MARTA Police Communications
(404) 848-3400

(404) 848-4368

(404) 848-4911

SPILL KIT LOCATIONS
Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure Plan

40 CFR Part 112 requires a SPCC Plan if:




Identifies and evaluates oil spill sources



WHAT IS A
SPCC PLAN
PURPOSE OF THE SPCC PLAN
Fulfill the requirements of 40 CFR Part 112:
SPCC Plan required if aboveground oil storage volume exceeds 1,320 gallons for all containers that hold 55 gallons or more


Identify and evaluate potential spill sources of oil and hazardous material


Outline procedures designed to prevent the discharge of oil, or hazardous substances into the environment and to respond to releases

Spill Prevention – Types of Oil Storage Containers
Aboveground Storage Tanks (ASTs)

Loading and unloading areas, including piping

Oil-filled transformers (MARTA-owned)

Oil-filled hydraulic units

55-gallon drums

Totes

Emergency generators with belly tanks
SPILL REPORTING UNDER SPCC
Discharge of oil as defined in 40 CFR 110
Violates water quality standards

Causes a sheen or discoloration on the water

Causes a sludge or emulsion to be deposited beneath the water.

REPORTABLE
SPILLS AT MARTA
SPILL RESPONSE PROCEDURES
WHO TO CALL
Keep calling until you reach someone!
Remember,
only respond
if it is
SAFE
to do so.
SPILL SCENARIOS
SPCC Plan
2
4
Industrial Wastewater Treatment & Recycling
1
3
Storm Water
Pollution Prevention

DEPARTMENT OF SAFETY AND QUALITY ASSURANCE
STORM WATER POLLUTION PREVENTION & EMERGENCY RESPONSE TRAINING
ARMOUR YARD RAIL MAINTENANCE FACILITY
Storm water from MARTA maintenance facilities is considered industrial and discharges to a waterway

Under both State and Federal regulations, these industrial activities require a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP)

PURPOSE OF THE SWPPP

Identify potential sources of storm water pollution


Establish and implement practices and controls to prevent storm water pollution


Identify members of the Pollution Prevention Team (PPT), who must:


BACKGROUND
Only rain

should go into
SANITARY SEWER
Restrooms

Industrial wastewater

Mop sinks

Bus wash water

Is treated at the local wastewater treatment plant
Fuel and oil storage

Train and bus wash water drag-out

Outdoor chemical and equipment storage

Loading and unloading areas, including piping

Battery storage

Industrial wastewater

Maintenance activities

Emergency generators

Electrical transformers (oil filled)

Bus and vehicle parking

Dumpsters

STORM WATER POLLUTANT SOURCES
REQUIRED INSPECTIONS & MONITORING
WHAT TO DO
Closed

Indoors

If outdoors, covered and contained

Labeled

Secured during transfer
STORM WATER POLLUTION PREVENTION EQUIPMENT
Sediment and Erosion Control
Intended to keep dirt out of storm water
Prevention methods:

DO
NOT

LET THIS SITUATION HAPPEN!
WHAT'S WRONG WITH THESE PHOTOS?
ALWAYS TRY TO PREVENT POTENTIAL STORM WATER POLLUTANT SOURCES!
To meet local, state, and federal regulations for industrial wastewater; specifically the City of Atlanta (CoA) Industrial Wastewater Discharge Permit.

To make everyone aware of the Armour Yard industrial wastewater treatment plants’ (IWTPs) purpose and limitations.

To conform to the developing EMS for the Armour Yard facility.

PURPOSE OF THIS TRAINING
Armour Yard IWTPs

Provide treated wastewater that is 100% recyclable



Reduce CoA water and sewer charges to MARTA by treating and recycling some wastewater


Meet local permit discharge requirements for wastewater that is treated and discharged to CoA
Industrial Wastewater Treatment and Recycling
MODULE 4
Where Are The IWTPs?
Armour Yard has
2
IWTPs:
One IWTP dedicated to the train wash

A second IWTP treats wastewater from the Maintenance and Overhaul Facility and from the Cleaner Platform
Maintenance & Overhaul Facility Wastewater Sources
Truck Shop degreasing wastewater

Blowdown facility wastewater

Wastewater discharged to floor drains
Maintenance & Overhaul Facility
Industrial Wastewater Floor Drains
Interior train cleaning wastewater from the Cleaner Platform
Cleaner Platform Wastewater Source
Train Wash Facility Wastewater Source
Wash and rinse wastewater from the Train Wash
Train Wash IWTP Limitations
Wash and rinse water for trains are stored in tanks; upon complete use of water in tanks, IWTP personnel must manually start IWTP system to refill tanks.

Introduction of additional clean water by Armour Yard personnel to the system could create a water imbalance and non-permitted discharge to the CoA.
Train Wash IWTP:
Cleaner Platform and Main Shop IWTP Limitations
Spills of hazardous chemicals and large amounts of any substance (i.e. soap, oil) to the Maintenance and Overhaul Facility drains could result in fouling of the IWTP

Hazardous chemicals should not be discarded through the Cleaner Platform mop drains

Introduction of additional clean water by Armour Yard personnel to the system could create a water imbalance and non-permitted discharge to the CoA


Cleaner Building and Maintenance and Overhaul Facility IWTP:

BE CAREFUL!
Train Wash Best Management Practices (BMPs)


Rail Car Appearance personnel should inform B&SE when peak demands for the Train Wash will happen. This will let IWTP personnel:
Increase their weekly visits to the system
Maintain adequate amounts of wash and rinse water

Do not introduce non-recycled water into the system unless approved in advance by B&SE!

Maintenance and Overhaul Facility and Cleaner Building BMPs
If hazardous chemicals or large amounts of any substance/chemical are spilled in the Maintenance and Overhaul Facility, the following actions should be implemented to prevent fouling of the IWTP system:

Stop the spill

Contain the spill

Cleanup the spill

Notify Supervisor or Facility Spill Coordinator

*Do not introduce non-recycled water into the system unless approved in advance by B&SE!

Foaming in Train Wash
IWTP from Excessive Soap
Spill Notification Procedures
When any spill occurs at the Maintenance / Overhaul Facility, notify your Supervisor and the Facility Spill Coordinator (FSC)

In the event of a chemical spill into the wastewater system, the FSC
must immediately notify:

Paul Shoemaker (404) 848-3970
B&SE North Line
Contact Jeff Kowalski
QUESTIONS/COMMENTS?
Acting Manager of System Safety Programs, DSQA
(404) 848-6513 (Office)

(404) 436-8993 (Cell)
Spill Prevention & Response
Major spills
minor
spill
major
spill
Happens outside

Enters a drain

Happens indoors but can’t be easily cleaned up by maintenance personnel
Indoors or outdoors?
Entered a drain?
Department of Safety and Quality Assurance (DSQA) – Environmental


(404) 848-6667
(404) 848-5050
Additional contacts
If you have any questions about this presentation
Leslie Hubble
(404) 848-5887
Edison McDonald
(404) 848-6522
Call DSQA – Environmental
FACILITY PLACEHOLDER
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Aboveground oil storage is 1,320 gallons or more
Applies to 55-gallon and larger containers
Prevent the discharge of oil into the environment

Guide employees on how to respond to releases
CONTENTS OF THE SPCC PLAN
Oil container inventory

Spill scenarios

Inspections

Training

Security

Loading / Unloading procedures
OIL STORAGE CONTAINERS
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What must be reported?
Who reports?
Only DSQA – Environmental
Armour Yard
A drum of oil was not secured to the pallet during transfer. The drum fell off the forklift and spilled oil into a storm drain. Oil discharged to Peachtree Creek.
2005
Brady
2008
Vendor filled an oil/water separator with 7,000 gallons diesel instead of the diesel UST.

Hamilton
A pallet of batteries fell off the loading dock and acid entered the detention basin via a storm drain.
.
2013
MARTA Incident Commanders:
Rail System Control Center

Bus Communications Center

MARTA Police Communications
(404) 848-3400

(404) 848-4368

(404) 848-4911

Department of Safety and Quality Assurance (DSQA) – Environmental


(404) 848-6667
(404) 848-5050
Additional contacts
Types of Spill Equipment Available
Oil only = white absorbent booms and pads

Universal = gray absorbent booms and pads

Neutralizing absorbent for corrosive and acidic spills

Buckets

Shovels

PPE (Tyvek suits, safety gloves, goggles, boots)



*Put all used spill response material in empty drums; DSQA will coordinate disposal
Implement the SWPPP; and
Update the SWPPP as needed.
the storm

water drains
STORM SEWER
Annual inspections

Quarterly inspections

Quarterly visual monitoring
These inspections can identify issues that will need to be fixed.
Quickly clean up spills
Pick up litter
Watch all fuel and chemical deliveries

Oil/water separators

Grit chambers

Stormceptors®

Curbing

Secondary containment

Spill kits

Security

Fencing
Controlled access gates
Process Flow for Grit Chambers & Oil/Water Separators
Grass

Silt fences

Hay bales
Used during construction and land disturbing activities
If you have any questions about this presentation
Leslie Hubble
(404) 848-5887
Edison McDonald
(404) 848-6522
Call DSQA – Environmental
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