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Auto Mercury Switch Removal
Abstract: This portion of the U.S. EPA Region 5 web site contains links to information related to automotive mercury, including: information on how to find, remove, and replace mercury switches used in convenience lighting in various types of vehicles; guidance from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) on regulatory issues related to auto mercury switch removal; and information on NYSDEC programs to promote proper management of mercury-containing switches in autos.
Source: U.S. EPA Region 5
URL: http://www.epa.gov/perftrac/

Code of Federal Regulations - Title 40 Part 82
Abstract: Contains links to PDF files of regulations related to the protection of stratospheric ozone.
Source: GPO Access
URL: http://www.access.gpo.gov/nara/cfr/waisidx_02/40cfr82_02.htm
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Compliance Manual for Indiana's Auto Salvage Facilities [PDF]
Abstract: The purpose of this manual is to provide the auto salvage facility sector with concise, comprehensive environmental regulatory information in an easy-to-use format. This manual contains information concerning the various environmental rules with which auto salvage facilities must comply and for which IDEM has jurisdiction. (PDF Format; Length: 88 pages)
Source: Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM)
URL: http://www.deq.state.mi.us/documents/deq-ead-tas-usedoil.pdf

End of Life Vehicle Solutions (ELVS)
Abstract: The End of Life Vehicle Solutions Corporation (ELVS) was created by the automotive industry to promote the industry's environmental efforts in recyclability, education and outreach, and the proper management of substances of concern. Participating Members of ELVS are: BMW of North America, LLC, DaimlerChrysler Corporation, Ford Motor Company, General Motors Corporation, International Truck & Engine, Mack Trucks, Inc., Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc., Nissan North America, Inc., Subaru of America, Inc., Volkswagen of America, Inc., and Volvo Trucks North America. End of Life Vehicle Solutions manages, on a nationwide basis, programs to collect, transport, retort, recycle, or dispose of elemental mercury from automotive switches. The ELVS web site provides information on medium and heavy-duty trucks, the National Vehicle Mercury Switch Recovery Program, educational materials (including videos showing how to remove certain switches from specified vehicles), recycling opportunities via The Environmental Quality Company (EQ), and mercury switch recovery program reporting for various states. An interactive map on the home page allows users to click on states to view regulatory information related to mercury switches for that state.
Source: Automotive Industry (Various Partners)
URL: http://www.elvsolutions.org/

Environmental Compliance and Pollution Prevention Guide for Automobile Recyclers [PDF]
Abstract: This guide is designed to inform automobile recyclers about registrations, permits and regulations pertinent to the industry, and to aid automobile recyclers in developing pollution prevention measures that can minimize waste and promote environmental compliance. (PDF Format; Length: 44 pages)
Source: New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC)
URL: http://www.dec.state.ny.us/website/ppu/autorecyclersmanual.p
df

Environmental Compliance for Automotive Recyclers (ECAR Center)
Abstract: The ECAR Center is a compliance assistance web site designed by and for the automotive recycling industry. ECAR is a cooperative effort between the Automotive Recyclers Association and the National Center for Manufacturing Sciences, funded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The web site includes sections on compliance, news, a calendar of relevant events, frequently asked questions, highlights of what?s new on the site, fact sheets on various issues for each state, and information on stormwater regulations for each state.
Source: Automotive Recyclers Association & National Center for Manufacturing Sciences
URL: http://www.ecarcenter.org

Environmental Compliance Guide for Motor Vehicle Salvage Yards [PDF]
Abstract: This guidebook summarizes some of the major environmental requirements that could apply to your auto salvage business. Covers Ohio regulations. Includes information about the regulations governing air pollution control, open burning, secondary containment, wastewater discharge, storm water permits, and underground storgae tanks at auto salvage yards. Also includes information on mercury switches, lead acid batteries, used oil, antifreeze and hazardous wastes. Many of the strategies suggested apply to all states. (Length: 40 pages)
Source: Ohio EPA Small Business Assistance Office
URL: http://www.epa.state.oh.us/ocapp/sb/publications/salvageguid
e.pdf

EPA Environmental Regulations and Technology Report: Managing Use Oil
Abstract: This document presents information on how to properly manage used motor oil. Topics addressed include management of used oil generated by changing motor oil from automobile or truck crankcases and collecting used motor oil from do-it-yourselfers (DIYs). The purpose of this document is to help used motor oil generators properly manage their used oil, by giving detailed information to assist used motor oil generators in meeting the requirements of the Used Oil Management Standards finalized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in September 1992. Information on ordering a free copy of the document is available at the web address listed.
Source: U.S. EPA
URL: http://www.epa.gov/nrmrl/pubs/625r94010/625r94010.htm

Florida Automotive Recyclers? Handbook [PDF]
Abstract: This handbook includes: suggested best management practices for incoming cars, vehicle crushers and housekeeping, general waste management, vehicular fluids, filers, refrigerants, lead, mercury, scrap metal, waste tires, cleaning solutions, cleaners, other vehicular wastes, and process auto salvage wastes. Also included are information on spills, waste handling management and disposal practices, waste streams, waste reduction and pollution prevention, links and other resources for further information. Though information on regulations and contact information may apply only to Florida, the best management practices presented are applicable to any auto salvage yard. (PDF Format; Length: 53 pages)
Source: Florida DEP & Florida Center for Solid and Hazardous Waste Management
URL: http://www.floridacenter.org/brochures_bulletins/automotive_
recyclers_handbook.pdf

IDEM Auto Salvage
Abstract: IDEM is addressing environmental problems originating from the auto salvage facility sector. IDEM's goal is to increase the auto salvage facility sector's compliance with the environmental laws and regulations that apply to the sector, thereby reducing the potential for pollution. This long-term project takes a comprehensive, integrated approach to the auto salvage facility sector in Indiana. The project includes a compliance assistance manual, workshops, and inspections.
Source: Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM)
URL: http://www.in.gov/idem/4993.htm

IL: How to Manage Your Used Tires
Abstract: This fact sheet explains why tire stockpiles are a concern, the regulations that apply to businesses that store used tires in Illinois, and related information.
Source: Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA)
URL: http://www.epa.state.il.us/small-business/used-tires/index.h
tml

IL: Instructions for Notification and Registration of Used Tire Activities
Abstract: Illinois State law requires that individuals who have over 50 used or waste tires accumulated on their property must notify the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA). This portion of the IEPA web site provides instructions and forms necessary for the notification and registration of used tire activities.
Source: Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA
URL: http://www.epa.state.il.us/land/tires/instructions-for-notif
ication-and-registration-of-used-tires.html

Indiana House Enrolled Act No. 1110
Abstract: Effective July 1, 2006, this act requires manufacturers of motor vehicles offered for sale in Indiana to develop and implement a plan to remove, collect, recover, and recycle or dispose of certain mercury switches from end of life vehicles (except those motor vehicle manufacturers that have never installed mercury switches in their motor vehicles). Also requires motor vehicle recyclers to remove all mercury switches from end of life vehicles and provides for a payment out of the solid waste management fund (SWMF) to a motor vehicle recycler for each mercury switch removed.
Source: Indiana General Assembly
URL: http://www.in.gov/legislative/bills/2006/HE/HE1110.1.html

Just the Facts for MVACs: EPA Regulatory Requirements for Servicing of Motor Vehicle Air Conditioners
Abstract: This fact sheet describes the impact of MVACs on the ozone layer and defines recycling and reclamation of refrigerant. Also includes information on the proper handling, recordkeeping requirements, certification requirements, and sales restrictions that apply to CFC-12 (freon), and refrigerant substitutes such as HFC-134a.
Source: U.S. EPA
URL: http://www.epa.gov/Ozone/title6/609/justfax.html

Management of End-of-Life Vehicles (ELVs) in Ontario
Abstract: This report includes the proceedings and draft recommendations of the Recycling Council of Ontario (RCO) Roles and Responsibilities Forum, held April 28, 1999. The report is the result of input from experts who spoke at that forum as well as subsequent research, and outlines current practices in Ontario as well as other jurisdictions, and the regulatory and voluntary management framework for end-of-life vehicles in Ontario. Ordering information is available on this RCO web page.
Source: Recycling Council of Ontario (RCO)
URL: http://infohouse.p2ric.org/ref/20/19906.htm

Management of Scrap Tires: Laws/Statutes [PDF]
Abstract: This portion of the U.S. EPA web site describes typical features of state scrap tire programs, information on tire fees, and links for further information.
Source: U.S. EPA
URL: http://www.epa.gov/nrmrl/pubs/625r94010/625R94010Intro.pdf

MN: Five Steps to Insure Compliance Regarding Refrigerants for Motor Vehicle Salvage Facilities
Abstract: This portion of the MPCA web site outlines five steps that operators of motor vehicle salvage facilities should follow in order to comply with environmental regulations regarding refrigerants from air-conditioning systems.
Source: Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA)
URL: http://www.pca.state.mn.us/air/cfc-mvairdis.html#steps

MN: Motor Vehicle Transfer Fund: History and Expenditures [PDF]
Abstract: This legislative fact sheet provides background information and details on the use of the Motor Vehicle Transfer Fund (MVTF). The MVTF was established to pay for environmental issues associated with motor vehicles, such as waste-tire management, and more recently, salvage-yard outreach activities. (PDF Format; Length: 2 pages)
Source: Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA)
URL: http://www.pca.state.mn.us/publications/lfs-motorvehicle.pdf

Mobile Power Washing...Keep It Clean!
Abstract: Information presented in this publication is intended to provide a general understanding of the statutory and regulatory requirements governing mobile power washing in Illinois. Mobile power washing uses a high-pressure water system to clean vehicles and equipment. This document is also available at this web address in PDF format (length: 2 pages).
Source: Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA)
URL: http://www.epa.state.il.us/small-business/mobile-power-washi
ng/index.html

Motor Vehicle Air Conditioning
Abstract: This portion of the U.S. EPA web site includes information for service technicians and car & truck owners, as well as information on retrofitting A/C systems, initiatives to reduce refrigerant emissions, links to several fact sheets and regulatory information.
Source: U.S. EPA
URL: http://www.epa.gov/ozone/title6/609/index.html

Motor Vehicle Salvage Facility Environmental Compliance Manual [PDF]
Abstract: MPCA created this manual to help salvage yard owners, operators and employees manage and dispose of waste in an environmentally safe way. This manual offers a wide range of waste management techniques. Included are chapters on: general operating procedures; draining, dismantling and storage practices; and waste handling, storage and disposal practices. (PDF Format; Length: 92 pages)
Source: Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA)
URL: http://www.pca.state.mn.us/publications/manuals/salvageyard-
manual.pdf

National Automotive Compliance Assistance Center (CCAR GreenLink)
Abstract: CCAR-GreenLink®, the National Automotive Environmental Compliance Assistance Center, is available 24 hours a day to help persons engaged in automotive service, collision repair and other sectors of the automotive industry better understand their environmental responsibilities, and to help them achieve compliance with environmental program requirements. This information can help shop owners, managers and technicians decide on management strategies, technologies, materials, and methods that will reduce business costs and help manage hazardous wastes and related items. The web site includes virtual shop tours, a pollution prevention (P2) center, environmental checklists, state contacts, Spanish and Canadian documents, information on the Environmental Results Program and Superfund, frequently asked questions, news, links, and a section devoted to auto recycling.
Source: CCAR
URL: http://www.ccar-greenlink.org/

National Compliance Assistance Clearinghouse
Abstract: The clearinghouse provides quick access to compliance tools, contacts, and information on planned activities available on the internet from across the EPA as well as other compliance assistance providers.
Source: U.S. EPA
URL: http://www.epa.gov/compliance/assistance/clearinghouse.html

New York State Automobile Recyclers Initiative
Abstract: This portion of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) web site describes the New York State Automobile Recyclers Initiative. To assist automobile recycling facilities in improving their pollution prevention measures and environmental compliance with state laws and regulations, the NYSDEC established an Automobile Recycler Work Group. The Automobile Recycler Work Group has integrated existing state and local regulatory programs, bringing a greater level of inter-agency coordination to ensure that facilities are aware of and meeting their regulatory requirements. NYSDEC has also developed and distributed a compliance and pollution prevention manual for automobile recyclers. It also sponsors free environmental training workshops to support the use of this manual and to educate facility owners and operators on the best way to manage their automotive wastes, implement pollution prevention measures and minimize environmental problems.
Source: NYSDEC
URL: http://www.dec.state.ny.us/website/ppu/armainpage.html

North Carolina: H1136 (Ratified) Mercury Switch Bill
Abstract: Ratified bill from North Carolina for the reduction of the release of mercury into the environment by the removal, collection and recovery of mercury switches from certain motor vehicles. The funding for this comes from an increase in the fee for car title transfers and not payments from the automobile manufacturers.
Source: North Carolina General Assembly
URL: http://www.ncga.state.nc.us/Sessions/2005/Bills/House/HTML/H
1136v8.html

NY: Statewide Waste Tire Cleanup to Begin This Fall
Abstract: This article from the September 2004 edition of the Environmental DEC newsletter describes a plan to clean up 95 waste tire stockpiles in the state of New York, and to recycle scrap tires for use in state highway projects. Includes information on the Waste Tire Management and Recycling Act of 2003, and efforts to prevent future waste tire stockpiles.
Source: New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
URL: http://www.recycle-steel.org/

NY: Summary of Laws, Rules, and Regulations Relating to Automobile Recycling
Abstract: This list provides a brief review of generally applicable statues, and is not meant to be inclusive of all federal, state and local laws, regulations or ordinances.
Source: New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC)
URL: http://www.dec.state.ny.us/website/ppu/arlrr.html

Philadelphia Automotive Scrap Yard Compliance and Enforcement Program
Abstract: To address concerns about the environmental impact of auto salvage yards, the program was developed by the City of Philadelphia, in cooperation with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), and with the assistance of various trade and organizations such as the Southwest Philadelphia Scrap Dealers Association, PARTS, and others. The aim of the task force is to educate and assist all those scrap yard operators eager and willing to comply with various laws and regulations. The program web site includes information on laws affecting scrap metal dealers; scrap metal, used auto parts and the environment; an environmental compliance screening checklist; frequently asked questions; and addtional information and contacts.
Source: City of Philadelphia Managing Director?s Office
URL: http://www.phila.gov/mdo/scrapmetal/

Putting the Brakes on Quicksilver: Removing Mercury From Vehicles in Ohio [PDF]
Abstract: This report addresses an additional important source of mercury, for which a small window of opportunity remains for a simple pollution prevention action: mercury containing switches in vehicles. Written by Michael W. Murray, Ph.D. with research assistance by Knoll Larkin and Liz Szaluta of the University of Michigan. (PDF Format; Length: 24 pages)
Source: National Wildlife Federation
URL: http://www.glrppr.org/docs/NWF-OH-AutoSwitchReport.pdf

Section 609 Technician Certification Programs
Abstract: Section 609 covers technician certification in the motor vehicle sector only. Becoming certified allows you to: (1) perform refrigerant servicing of vehicles with R-12, R-134a, or blend refrigerants; and (2) purchase R-12 and ozone-depleting blend substitutes for R-12 (right now, all blends are ozone-depleting). This portion of the EPA web site lists contact information, and where available, links to certification programs.
Source: U.S. EPA
URL: http://www.epa.gov/Ozone/title6/609/technicians/609certs.htm
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Significant New Alternatives Policy (SNAP) Final Rule Summary
Abstract: This page provides a summary of the Significant New Alternatives Policy for ozone depleting substances such as chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs). Anyone who produces a substitute must provide the Agency with health and safety studies, as well as notify the Agency at least 90 days before introducing it into interstate commerce for use as an alternative. This requirement applies to chemical manufacturers, but may include importers, formulators or end-users when they are responsible for introducing a substitute into commerce.
Source: U.S. EPA
URL: http://www.epa.gov/Ozone/snap/fact.html

State Scrap Tire Programs: A Quick Reference Guide 1999 Update [PDF]
Abstract: This guide summarizes each state?s scrap tire management legislation and programs in a matrix for each state program. It is intended to provide state regulators, as well as members of industry, with a quick reference on scrap tire programs across the country. (PDF Format; Length: 53 pages)
Source: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
URL: http://www.epa.gov/waste/conserve/materials/tires/scrapti.pd
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Transportation Services and the Environment
Abstract: This portion of the MPCA web site includes checklists and fact sheets about proper handling and disposal of materials related to auto repair facilities. Includes information on air bags, air conditioning, antifreeze and filters, lead-acid batteries, brakes and clutches, computers and circuit boards, vehicle dismantling procedures, fuels, lighting, oil and filters, mercury switches, scrap metal, catalytic converters, wheel weights, stormwater and wastewater concerns, solvents, spills, tanks, tires, vehicle storage and more. The fact sheets are available in PDF format.
Source: Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA)
URL: http://www.pca.state.mn.us/industry/ts-main.html

Waste Lead Acid Batteries: Management Requirements for Generators and Transporters [PDF]
Abstract: This fact sheet provides guidance on regulations, management and storage of lead acid batteries, transportation, and recycling of lead acid batteries. (PDF Format; Length: 5 pages)
Source: Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
URL: http://dnr.wi.gov/org/aw/wm/publications/hazard/wa_385.pdf

What is Phase II of the NPDES Storm Water Management Program?
Abstract: Information presented in this publication is intended to provide a general understanding of the requirements of Phase II of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) storm water program. This document is also available at this web address in PDF format (length: 2 pages).
Source: Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA)
URL: http://www.epa.state.il.us/small-business/phase-two/index.ht
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