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Presentation on theme: "CONSTRUCTION WASTE."— Presentation transcript:


2 The World of HazMat Products Solid Waste Hazardous Materials
(Non-hazardous: sand, tires, latex paint, paper, wood, metal, PVC) The World of HazMat Solid Waste (Non-hazardous discarded products: stripe grindings, trash, slightly contaminated soil, empty containers) Inert Material USE OIL MIX Hazardous Materials (paint thinner, spray paint, solvent, pesticide, striping paint, acid, bleach) Hazardous Waste (lead paint, spent solvent, mercury lamps, aerosol cans, asbestos, PCBs) USE

3 Clean Fill (Per OAR ) Weathered, consolidated asphalt paving Concrete (re-bar is allowed) Clean soil Rock Brick

4 Solid Waste Non-lead paint grindings Most treated wood General trash
Mildly contaminated soil

5 Solid Waste Management
Must go to a Permitted Landfill OR Can be used on-Site with a DEQ “Letter of Authorization” If encapsulated and away from sensitive environments

6 Hazardous Waste Management
EPA ID# for Site Label waste containers: “Hazardous Waste” Contents Accumulation dates Securely close containers Good container condition Secured storage area Secondary containment Segregated from incompatible material Posted storage area

7 Contractor Documentation
Pollution Control Plan (all projects) SPCC plan (fuel storage near water) Health and Safety Plan (projects with contamination or hazardous waste) Hazardous Waste Determination (sites generating waste) Contingency Plan (LQG and SQG hazardous waste generators)

8 Pollution Control Plan Required for ALL ODOT Projects
Off site vehicle tracking & dust prevention Pollution Prevention Measures (for construction activities involving contaminated media) Materials Management (Hazardous materials and fuel storage) Spill Prevention Spill Cleanup Waste Management Vehicle and Equipment Maintenance

9 SPCC Plan For fuel storage near surface water
Containment Secondary Containment Diversionary structures Integrity testing Inspections Security Training

10 Health and Safety Plan For Projects where contamination will be encountered
Personal protective equipment Air monitoring Work zones/site control Decontamination procedures Emergency response plan Confined space entry procedures Spill containment plan Training Medical Surveillance

11 Hazardous Waste Determination For ALL Projects that will generate waste (other general trash)
Identify all waste that will be produced For each type of waste determine whether it is hazardous For Hazardous Waste estimate amount to be generated Determine Generator category: None: No Hazardous Waste CEG: Less than 220 lbs/mo SQG: Less than 2,200 lbs/mo LQG: More than 2,200 lbs/mo

12 Contingency Plan For Large Quantity Hazardous Waste Generators (Also advisable for Small Quantity Generators) Emergency response plan for releases, fire or explosion Arrangements with emergency services Contractor emergency coordinator Location of emergency equipment Evacuation plan

13 Contractor Document Review

14 Transportation Hazardous Waste Manifest Containers secure and labeled
Vehicle Placarding Qualified Transporter (DOT HazMat Training)

15 ODOT HazMat Coordinators
Region 1: Charles Schwarz ( ) Region 2: Deborah Varty ( ) Region 3: Kenny Camp ( ) Region 4: Mike Darling ( ) Region 5: Ed Bartels ( ) Headquarters: Jennie Armstrong ( )


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