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Rules and Records for Generators Manifesting and Transporting Used and Scrap Tires Jaime Garza, Will Wyman, and Jonathan Diaz Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
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TCEQ Tire Rules. Title 30 Texas Administrative Code (TAC). – Chapter 328 Subchapter F: Management of Used and Scrap Tires. Generators Transporters Scrap Tire Facilities Tire Storage Facilities Transportation Facilities
Generator Requirements Generator § An entity, except a scrap tire energy recovery facility and a scrap tire recycling facility, that is a fleet operator, is an automotive dismantler, or is a whole new or used tire retailer, wholesaler, manufacturer, recapper or retreader. 30 TAC §328.56(b) Each Generator shall be responsible for ensuring that used or scrap tires or tire pieces are transported by a registered transporter to an authorized facility.
Generator Requirements 30 TAC §328.56(c) – Each Generator shall use manifests, work orders, invoices or other records to document the removal and management of all scrap tires generated on-site.
Generator Requirements 30 TAC § (a) Generator Responsibility – Generators shall maintain a record of each individual load of used or scrap tires or tire pieces hauled from their business location. – The record shall be in the form of a 5-part manifest or similar documentation as approved by the ED.
Generator Requirements 30 TAC § (a) Generator Responsibility – Generator shall document on the manifest generator name, address, telephone number, number of tires removed, and registration number, if applicable. – Representative of the generator shall sign the manifest.
Generator Requirements Registration required if storing more than 500 tires outside or 2,000 tires in trailers Good used tires intended for sale to the consumer: – sorted, marked, classified, and arranged in an organized manner.
Other Generator Requirements Tires stored outdoors are monitored for vectors and control measures are utilized every two weeks (water out, covered, documented). Generators can self transport to an authorized facility, or between it’s own business locations without a registration.
Transporter Requirements Transporters must register with the TCEQ* Keep Records for three years Submit an annual report each year
Transporter Requirements (c) Transporters shall maintain records using a manifest system; Each transporter shall be responsible for ensuring that used or scrap tires or tire pieces are transported to an authorized scrap tire facility; Each transporter shall notify the generator of any changes to the manifest. A written notification must be received by the generator within two weeks of any changes.
Manifest Requirements (b) Transporter shall complete the information on the manifest pertaining to the transporter name, registration number, driver’s license number, and the state where the license was issued. The transporter shall record the number and location of all whole used or scrap tires removed from the load and delivered.
Manifest Requirements (b) Transporter shall maintain a manifest record of each individual collection and delivery. If the transporter removed, for beneficial reuse, tires from an individually manifested load, the transporter shall return the original manifest to the generator within 60 days of the date of collection.*
Authorized Facilities Authorized Scrap Tire Facility – Registered scrap tire storage site – Scrap tire facility (processor, recycler, energy recovery) – Landfill – LRPUT – Beneficial Use Projects (guidance, process or storage)
TCEQ Approved Manifest The record shall be in the form of a five-part manifest or other similar documentation approved by the executive director. The use of alternate manifest need approval in writing from scrap tire program
Summary Generator’s of Scrap and Used Tires – Manifest all tires – Use a registered transporter* – Monitor tires at least once every two weeks – Never store more then 500 scrap tires on the ground
General Information on Scrap Tire Management Ms. Cynthia Hackathorn 817/ ance/tires/
NEED CONFIDENTIAL HELP Contact: – Jonathan Diaz – Imelda Pena