hazardous materials disposal (mno-p030) - Wenatchee

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4.3 Collection Emphasis: A time when M&O communicates to all buildings to identify hazardous wastes for collection by a certain date in preparation for a Chelan County. “Collection Event” held by the Hazardous Waste Disposal State Contractor. 4.4 Washington State Hazardous Waste Disposal Contractor: See.

HAZARDOUS MATERIALS DISPOSAL (MNO-P030) WENATCHEE SCHOOL DISTRICT 1.0 SCOPE: 1.1 Process for the Removal of Hazardous Materials from the Buildings and transfer to Maintenance & Operations (M&O) for collection prior to processing by Hazardous Materials Disposal State Contractor

The online version of this work instruction is official; therefore, all printed versions are unofficial copies.

2.0 RESPONSIBILITY: 2.1 Director of Maintenance and Operations 3.0 APPROVAL AUTHORITY: 3.1 Director of Maintenance and Operations 4.0 DEFINITIONS: 4.1 Hazardous Materials: materials defined as having a hazard by various regulations administered by the US Environmental Protection Agency and the US Department of Transportation. Hazardous materials are not necessarily wastes and may include products such as pesticides, cleaning agents, water treatment chemicals, etc.1 4.2 Hazardous Waste: waste materials as defined by the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, which include materials that are defined as being corrosive, reactive, ignitable and toxic as well as materials specifically listed in the Act.1 4.2.1 For the purpose of this process, hazardous wastes are hazardous materials that no longer have value to the Wenatchee School District, and for safety purposes should be removed from the buildings and disposed of in a legal manner. 4.3 Collection Emphasis: A time when M&O communicates to all buildings to identify hazardous wastes for collection by a certain date in preparation for a Chelan County “Collection Event” held by the Hazardous Waste Disposal State Contractor. 4.4 Washington State Hazardous Waste Disposal Contractor: See https://fortress.wa.gov/ga/inet/servlet/PCAContractDetailSv?contnbr=03505 4.5 Collection Event: An annual or biannual event in which the State Hazardous Waste Disposal Contractor partners with Chelan County in collecting hazardous waste from county residences and businesses. 5.0 PROCEDURE: 5.1 Hazardous Waste can be identified for removal on an “as needed” basis or during a routine collection emphasis. 5.2 The Director of Maintenance & Operations or designee establishes a Collection Emphasis. 5.3 The Washington State Hazardous Waste Disposal Contractor is contacted to establish a date for processing and pickup of the hazardous materials. 5.4 During a Collection Emphasis, a memo is sent to all buildings in preparation for an upcoming Collection Event, which states that M&O will be collecting Hazardous Materials from all buildings. 1

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Date: 21-SEP-07

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HAZARDOUS MATERIALS DISPOSAL (MNO-P030) WENATCHEE SCHOOL DISTRICT 5.4.1 A copy of the Hazardous Waste Inventory and Manifest (HWIMF) and a link to the same electronic HWIMF is included with the memo. 5.5 Building custodians, office staff, and science teaching staff identify hazardous materials that need removal from the buildings. 5.6 A copy of the HWIMF is printed or downloaded for electronic completion. 5.7 Once the HWIMF is completed and signed by the building principal or department director, it is given to the lead custodian or other designated staff member for inputting work orders. See MNO-P001. 5.8 After the work order is placed, a copy of the HWIMF is faxed or ponied to M&O for attachment to the work order. 5.8.1 If the electronic HWIMF is used, it can be e-mailed to the M&O Office Manager. The HWIMF must still be printed and signed by the principal or director. 5.9 All of the inventoried hazardous materials are collected and staged in one safe area which is secured from access by students and the public. 5.10 The original signed document is placed with the collected hazardous materials. 5.11 M&O’s copy of the HWIMF is stapled to the approved work order and issued to the staff member trained and responsible for hazardous material handling. 5.12 M&O’s trained staff member picks up and transports materials in a safe and legal manner to M&O where it is stored in a safe and legal manner. In case of an accident, HWIMF’s of hazardous wastes on board must be with the driver and vehicle at all times while being transported. 5.13 Washington State hazardous waste contractor picks up the hazardous waste for disposal. The Contractor is required to return to the District a Certification of Disposal Documentation within 30 days. 5.14 HWIMF Charge-Back column to be filled out after processing by the state contractor. M&O Director bills back departments for non-M&O hazardous waste. 5.15 All paperwork associated with the disposal of the hazardous wastes including all HWIMFs is filed by year. 5.16 Annually as required by the Washington State Department of Ecology Director of Maintenance files a Dangerous Waste Annual Report online. 6.0 ASSOCIATED DOCUMENTS: 6.1 Washington State Contract #03505, Hazardous Waste Handling and Disposal Services 6.2 Hazardous Waste Inventory and Manifest (HWIMF) MNO-F004 6.3

State Hazardous Waste Disposal Contractor receipts and manifests.

6.4 Hard copy of the Washington State Department of Ecology Dangerous Waste Annual Online Report

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HAZARDOUS MATERIALS DISPOSAL (MNO-P030) WENATCHEE SCHOOL DISTRICT 7.0 RECORD RETENTION TABLE: Identification

Storage

Retention

Disposition

Protection

Hazardous Waste Inventory and Manifest (HWIMF) MNO-F004

M&O Hazardous Waste Disposal File by year.

5 years

Shred

N/A

Certification of Disposal Documentation

M&O Hazardous Waste Disposal File by year.

5 years

Shred

N/A

Hard copy of the Washington State Department of Ecology Dangerous Waste Annual Online Report

M&O Hazardous Waste Disposal File by year.

5 years

Shred

N/A

8.0 REVISION HISTORY: Date:

Rev:

Description of Revision:

21-Sep-07

A

Original Release

Date: 21-SEP-07

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