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25 Pa. Code § 298.24. Offsite shipments.

§ 298.24. Offsite shipments.

 Except as provided in paragraphs (1)—(3), a generator shall ensure that waste oil is transported only by transporters who have obtained identification numbers. The generator shall provide the transporter with a certification that, except as provided for in §  298.10(b)(2)(ii) (relating to applicability), its waste oil has not been mixed with a hazardous waste.

   (1)  Self-transportation of small amounts to approved collection centers. Generators may transport, without an identification number, waste oil that is generated at the generator’s site and waste oil collected from household do-it-yourselfers to a waste oil collection center if the following apply:

     (i)   The generator transports the waste oil in a vehicle owned by the generator or owned by an employe of the generator.

     (ii)   The generator transports no more than 55 gallons of waste oil at any time.

     (iii)   The generator transports the waste oil to a waste oil collection center that is one of the following:

       (A)   Operated in accordance with the requirements of Subchapter D (relating to waste oil collection centers and aggregation points) if the facility is located within this Commonwealth.

       (B)   Registered, licensed, permitted or recognized by a state/county/municipal government to manage waste oil if the facility is located outside this Commonwealth.

     (iv)   The generator shall provide the waste oil collection center with a certification that except as provided for in §  298.10(b)(2)(ii), the generator has not mixed its waste oil with hazardous waste.

   (2)  Self-transportation of small amounts to aggregation points owned by the generator. A generator may transport, without an identification number, waste oil that is generated at the generator’s site to an aggregation point if the following apply:

     (i)   The generator transports the waste oil in a vehicle owned by the generator or owned by an employee of the generator.

     (ii)   The generator transports no more than 55 gallons of waste oil at any time.

     (iii)   The generator transports the waste oil to an aggregation point that is owned or operated, or both, by the same generator.

   (3)  Tolling arrangements. A waste oil generator may arrange for waste oil to be transported by a transporter without an identification number if the waste oil is reclaimed under a contractual agreement under which reclaimed oil is returned by the waste oil processor/rerefiner to the generator for use as a lubricant, cutting oil or coolant. The contract, known as a tolling arrangement, shall indicate the following:

     (i)   The type of waste oil and the frequency of shipments.

     (ii)   The vehicle used to transport the waste oil to the waste oil processing/rerefining facility and to deliver recycled waste oil back to the generator is owned and operated by the waste oil processor/rerefiner.

     (iii)   Reclaimed oil will be returned to the generator.

Cross References

   This section cited in 25 Pa. Code §  298.1 (relating to definitions); 25 Pa. Code §  298.10 (relating to applicability); 25 Pa. Code §  298.20 (relating to applicability); 25 Pa. Code §  298.30 (relating to waste oil collection centers); 25 Pa. Code §  298.31 (relating to waste oil aggregation points owned by the generator); 25 Pa. Code §  298.40 (relating to applicability); 25 Pa. Code §  298.44 (relating to rebuttable presumption for waste oil and flash point screening); 25 Pa. Code §  298.50 (relating to applicability); and 25 Pa. Code §  298.63 (relating to rebuttable presumption for waste oil).



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