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Alphabetical Listing of Reference Documents by Title
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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)
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)
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
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)
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
Illinois EPA Used Tire Program
Abstract: This portion of the IEPA web site provides an overview of the regulations that apply to facilities that handle used tires in Illinois, and the various used tire cleanup efforts of the agency. The site also includes links to used tire facts and information.
Source: Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA)
Management of Materials and Wastes From Salvage Yard Operations
Abstract: This fact sheet is provided to assist salvage yard owners and operators in the proper collection, reuse, recycling, removal and disposal of materials recovered as a result of salvage yard operations. It discusses the requirements of state and federal law dealing with environmental matters, but does not discuss other state agency or local permits that may be required. This fact sheet includes information on: burning wastes; automotive fluids handling; tires; batteries; drums/containers; appliances; and wastewater runoff. (PDF Format; Length: 2 pages)
Source: Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP)
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
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)
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
Region 3: Scrap Tires
Abstract: This portion of the U.S. EPA Region 3 web site provides brief descriptions of scrap tire programs in the Mid-Atlantic area, three of which are in Pennsylvania. Links to related web sites and a contact for further information are also provided.
Source: U.S. EPA Region 3
Scrap Tires in U.S. EPA Region 5
Abstract: This portion of the U.S. EPA Region 5 web site provides contact information and web addresses for state scrap tire programs in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio and Wisconsin. Also includes a link to a brochure on scrap tires in the Great Lakes Region.
Source: U.S. EPA Region 5
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)
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)
U.S. EPA Region 2: Scrap Tires Programs and Contacts
Abstract: This portion of the U.S. EPA Region 2 web site includes information on the New York Scrap Tire Waste Program, and links to the agencies involved with scrap tire management in New York state.
Source: U.S. EPA Region 2
Waste Tire Market Update [PDF]
Abstract: This report provides an update on the waste tire market in Wisconsin. (PDF Format; Length: 5 pages)
Source: University of Wisconsin Extension/SHWEC
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Hub Last Updated: 8/2/2012