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Superseding
UFGS-01 57 19.01 20 (February 2010)
UFGS-01 57 19.02 (January 2008)
UNIFIED FACILITIES GUIDE SPECIFICATIONS
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SECTION TABLE OF CONTENTS
DIVISION 01 - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
SECTION 01 57 19.01 20
SUPPLEMENTAL TEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS
11/15
PART 1
GENERAL
1.1
REFERENCES
1.2
DEFINITIONS
1.2.1
Dangerous Waste
1.2.2
Encountered Waste
1.2.3
Firewood
1.2.4
Fugitive Dust
1.2.5
Ozone Depleting Substance (ODS) Substitute
1.2.6
Refrigerant
1.2.7
Refuse
1.2.8
Sewage
1.2.9
Spill Event
1.2.9.1
Reportable Release
1.2.9.2
Non-emergency Spill Event
1.2.10
Timber, Merchantable
1.2.11
Nonroad Engine
1.2.12
Landfill-Controlled Waste
1.2.13
Universal Waste
1.3
SUBMITTALS
1.4
MID-ATLANTIC
1.4.1
Virginia
1.4.1.1
Definition and Disposal Requirements of Empty Paint Cans
1.4.1.2
Erosion and Sediment Control Measures and Stormwater
Management
1.4.1.2.1
Erosion and Sediment Control
1.4.1.2.2
Construction Dewatering
1.4.1.3
Virginia Stormwater Management
1.4.1.3.1
Stormwater General Permit for Construction Activities
Registration Statement
1.4.1.3.2
Stormwater General Permit Inspection Reports
1.4.1.4
Asbestos Abatement and Notification Procedures
1.4.1.4.1
Best Management Practices
1.4.1.4.2
Asbestos Waste Disposal
1.4.1.5
Hazardous Waste Requirements for Virginia Installations:
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1.4.1.5.1
Demolition
1.4.1.5.2
Hazardous and Universal Waste Generation
1.4.1.5.3
Waste Management - Disposal by the Contractor
1.4.1.5.3.1
Contractor Site Custodian
1.4.1.5.3.2
Waste Accumulation
1.4.1.5.3.3
Waste Disposal
1.4.1.5.4
Waste Management - Disposal by the Navy
1.4.1.5.4.1
Contractor Site Custodian
1.4.1.5.4.2
Waste Accumulation
1.4.1.5.4.3
Waste Disposal
1.4.1.5.5
Excavation
1.4.1.5.6
Painting and Paint Removal
1.4.1.5.7
Dumpsters
1.4.1.6
Air Requirements:
1.4.1.6.1
Concrete Crushing
1.4.1.7
Spill Response and Reporting
1.4.2
Maryland
1.4.3
West Virginia
1.4.4
Pennsylvania
1.4.5
New Jersey
1.4.6
North Carolina
1.4.6.1
Removal of Waste from Camp Lejeune
1.4.6.1.1
Removal of Waste
1.4.6.2
MCAS Cherry Point
1.4.7
New York
1.4.8
Maine
1.4.9
District of Columbia
1.5
NORTHWEST (Washington)
1.5.1
Contractor Employee Training Records
1.5.1.1
Waste Originator Training for NBK Bangor
1.5.1.2
Waste Originator Training for NBK Keyport
1.5.1.3
Waste Originator Training for NBK Bremerton
1.5.1.4
Waste Originator Training for NBK Everett
1.5.2
Refrigerant Work Checklist
1.5.3
Environmental Protection Plan (EPP)
1.5.3.1
Solid Waste Management
1.5.3.2
Control and Management of Hazardous Waste
1.5.3.2.1
Dangerous Waste Turn-in
1.5.3.2.1.1
Naval Base Kitsap (NBK) Bangor
1.5.3.2.1.2
Naval Base Kitsap (NBK) Keyport
1.5.3.2.1.3
Indian Island
1.5.3.2.2
Dangerous Waste Disposal
1.5.3.3
Stormwater Management and Control
1.5.3.4
Clean Air Act Compliance for [NBK Bangor][NBK Keyport][NBK
Bremerton][Everett]
1.5.3.5
Clean Air Act Compliance for Whidbey Island and Indian
Island
1.5.3.6
Notice of Construction (NOC) and Notice of Completion
Licenses and Permits
1.6
SOUTHEAST
1.6.1
Florida
1.6.1.1
Naval Air Station (NAS) Jacksonville
1.6.1.1.1
Definition: Petroleum-Contaminated Waste
1.6.1.1.2
Environmental Protection Requirements
1.6.1.1.3
Employee Training Records
1.6.1.1.4
Control and Management of Hazardous Waste
1.6.1.1.5
Battery Disposal
1.6.1.1.6
Mercury Containing Devices Management and Disposal
1.6.1.2
Naval Air Station (NAS) Pensacola
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1.6.1.2.1
Excavation Permits
1.6.2
Georgia
1.6.3
Mississippi
1.6.3.1
Naval Construction Battalion Command (NCBC) Gulfport
1.6.3.1.1
Excavation Permits
1.6.3.2
Naval Air Station (NAS) Meridian
1.6.3.2.1
Contractor Hazardous Material Inventory Log
1.6.4
South Carolina
1.6.5
Texas
1.6.6
Cuba
1.6.6.1
Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay (GTMO)
1.6.6.1.1
Contractor Liabilities for Environmental Protection
1.6.6.1.2
Licenses and Permits
1.6.6.1.3
Environmental Protection Plan (EPP)
1.7
SOUTHWEST
1.7.1
Arizona
1.7.1.1
Regulatory Requirements for the Notice of Intent (NOI)
1.7.2
California
1.7.2.1
Regulatory Requirements for the Notice of Intent
1.7.2.2
Stormwater Notice of Termination
1.7.2.3
Sampling and Analysis of Hazardous Waste
1.7.3
Nevada
1.7.3.1
Regulatory Requirements for the Notice of Intent
1.8
PACIFIC
1.8.1
Control and Disposal of [Ionization Smoke Detectors][Tritium
Exit Signs]
1.8.1.1
Material Bagging
1.8.1.2
Material Storage
1.8.1.3
Storage Site and Disposal
1.8.1.4
Storage and Disposal by Contractor
1.8.2
Hawaii
1.8.3
Guam
1.8.4
Japan
1.9
EUROPE
1.9.1
Italy
1.9.2
Spain
1.9.3
Greece
PART 2
PRODUCTS
PART 3
EXECUTION
3.1
NORTHWEST (Washington)
3.1.1
Protection of Natural Resources
3.1.1.1
Erosion and Sediment Control Measures
3.1.1.2
Erosion and Sediment Control Inspection Reports
3.1.1.3
Stormwater Notice of Intent for Construction Activities and
Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan
3.1.1.3.1
Stormwater NOI
3.1.1.3.2
Public Notice
3.1.1.4
Stormwater NOT
3.1.1.5
Stormwater Inspection Reports for General Permit
3.1.1.6
Water Resources
3.1.1.7
Stormwater Drainage and Construction Dewatering
3.1.1.8
Groundwater
3.1.1.9
Merchantable Timber
3.1.2
Historical and Archaeological Resources
3.1.3
Concrete Operations
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3.1.3.1
Washing of Concrete Truck at [NBK
Bremerton][Everett][Whidbey Island]
3.1.3.2
Washing of Concrete Truck at [Indian Island][NBK
Bangor][NBK Keyport]
3.1.4
Control and Management of Solid Waste at Whidbey Island
3.1.5
Control and Management of Solid Waste at NBK Bremerton
3.1.6
Wastewater Discharge [NBK Bremerton][Everett][Whidbey Island]
3.1.6.1
Discharge at NBK Bremerton
3.1.6.2
Discharge at Everett
3.1.6.3
Hydrotest Water Discharge at NBK Bremerton
3.1.7
Control and Disposal of Landfill-Controlled Waste
3.1.8
Waste Determination Documentation
3.1.8.1
Waste Information Specification Form for NBK Bangor
3.1.8.2
Waste Information Sheet Form for Everett
3.1.8.3
Waste Information Sheet Form for NBK Bremerton
3.1.8.4
Waste Generation Record for[ Indian Island][ NBK
Keyport][Whidbey Island]
3.1.8.5
Control of Waste Without Documented Waste Determination
3.1.8.6
Laboratory Analysis
3.1.9
Contractor Hazardous Material Inventory Log
3.1.10
Hazardous Materials Prohibition
3.1.11
Solid Waste Management Report
3.1.12
Fuel Tanks
3.1.13
Releases and Spills of Oil and Hazardous Substances
3.1.14
Control and Management of Hazardous Waste
3.1.14.1
Facility Hazardous Waste Generator Status
3.1.14.2
Hazardous Waste Management
3.1.14.3
Contractor-Generated Hazardous Waste
3.1.14.4
Encountered Waste
3.1.14.5
Certificate of Final Disposal (CFD)
3.1.14.6
Regulated Waste Storage, Satellite Accumulation, and
90-Day Storage Areas
3.1.14.7
Vacuum Cleaners
3.1.14.8
Dangerous Waste Turn-in
3.1.14.9
Hazardous Waste Disposal
3.1.14.10
Class I and Class II ODS Prohibition
3.1.15
Noise
3.1.16
Drinking Water
3.1.16.1
Project Report
3.1.16.2
Public Works Department Permit
3.1.16.3
Project Completion Report
3.1.16.4
Disinfection of Water System Components
3.1.17
Contractor's Operation and Maintenance (O&M) Plan
3.1.18
Emission Standards
3.1.18.1
Volatile Organic Compound Emission Control
3.2
SOUTHEAST
3.2.1
Florida
3.2.1.1
Laboratory Analysis
3.2.1.2
Waste Storage/Satellite Accumulation
3.2.1.3
Control and Management of Hazardous Waste
3.2.1.3.1
Universal Waste
3.2.1.3.2
Mercury Containing Materials
3.2.1.3.3
Aerosol Cans Management and Disposal
3.2.1.3.4
Disposal of Regulated Waste
3.2.1.3.5
Disposal of Petroleum Contaminated Waste
3.2.1.4
Dumpsters
3.2.2
Cuba
3.2.2.1
Fish and Wildlife Resources
3.2.2.2
Protection of Erodible Soils
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3.2.2.3
Control and Management of Solid Waste
3.2.2.3.1
Disposal of Solid Waste and Debris
3.2.2.3.1.1
Base Sanitary Landfill and Concrete Areas
3.2.2.3.2
Disposal of Rubbish and Debris
3.2.2.3.2.1
Permitted Material in Landfill
3.2.2.3.2.2
Metals Disposal
3.2.2.4
Sewage
3.2.2.5
Control and Disposal of Hazardous Waste
3.2.2.5.1
Hazardous Waste Generation
3.2.2.5.2
Hazardous Waste Disposal
3.2.2.5.3
Hazardous Waste Accumulation
3.2.2.5.3.1
Site Storage
3.2.2.5.3.2
Turn-In
3.2.2.5.4
Spills of Oil and Hazardous Materials
3.2.2.5.5
Oily and Hazardous Substances
3.2.2.5.6
Lead-Acid Batteries
3.2.2.5.7
Mercury Controls
3.2.2.5.8
Petroleum Products
3.2.2.5.9
Class I and Class II Ozone Depleting Substances (ODS)
3.2.2.5.10
Vegetation
3.2.2.5.11
Contract Completion and Close-Out
ATTACHMENTS:
Table 1 - Spill Reporting Contact Number
Refrigerant Work Checklist
Groundwater/Stormwater Flow Chart
Storm Drain and Sanitary Sewer Discharge Approval
Estimated Waste Table
Encountered Waste Summary
Waste Generation Record (WGR)
PSNS 5090/132 CHMI
Contractor Request for 45/90-Day Hazardous Waste Accumulation
Certification/Recertification
Contractor Request for Hazardous Waste Satellite Accumulation Area (SAA)
Registration
Accumulation Area Inspection Record
Hazardous Waste Accumulation Area Registration Form
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PART 1
1.1
GENERAL
REFERENCES
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NOTE: These references are only for State specific
requirements and supplement the references in
Section 01 57 19 TEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS.
This paragraph is used to list the publications
cited in the text of the guide specification. The
publication are referred to in the text by basic
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extent referenced. The publications are referred to within the text by the
basic designation only. If state or local references are not provided
here, refer to Section 01 57 19 TEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS for
appropriate references.
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PART 1
1.1
GENERAL
REFERENCES
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NOTE: These references are only for State specific
requirements and supplement the references in
Section 01 57 19 TEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS.
This paragraph is used to list the publications
cited in the text of the guide specification. The
publication are referred to in the text by basic
designation only and listed in this paragraph by
organization, designation, date, and title.
Select the appropriate FEC/Region where work is
being done and delete the un-used Regions.
If you are using SpecsIntact, use the Reference
Wizard's Check Reference feature when you add a RID
outside of the Section's Reference Article to
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Article. Also use the Reference Wizard's Check
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The publications listed below form a part of this specification to the
extent referenced. The publications are referred to within the text by the
basic designation only. If state or local references are not provided
here, refer to Section 01 57 19 TEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS for
appropriate references.
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NOTE to FEC: For each state listed below, the FEC
should edit the section to include state or local
specific references that will be called out in later
portions of this document.
Reference lists are tailored by each FEC.
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ASTM INTERNATIONAL (ASTM)
ASTM E2356
(2014) Standard Practice for Comprehensive
Building Asbestos Surveys
INSTRUCTIONS AND STANDARDS FOR NAVBASE GUANTANAMO BAY CUBA
(COMNAVBASEGTMOINST)
1710.10
Outdoor Recreational and Wildlife
Instruction
4400.2A
Consolidated Hazardous Material
Reutilization and Inventory Management
Program
5090.1
Hazardous Waste Management Plan
5090.4
Standard Operating Procedures for Landfill
5090.7
Pollution Control Procedures for Oil and
Hazardous Substances
5090.8
Asbestos Program Management
5100.13
Hazardous Material/Excess Hazardous
Material Control and Safety Program
FGS
(1994) Final Governing Standards for
Environmental Protection by U.S. Forces in
Cuba
PUGET SOUND CLEAN AIR AGENCY (PSCAA)
PSCAA Regulation
Regulation I, II, and III
STATE OF VIRGINIA ADMINISTRATIVE CODE (VAC)
9 VAC 25-840
Title 9, Agency 25, Chapter 840: Erosion
And Sediment Control Regulations
9 VAC 25-850
Title 9, Agency 25, Chapter 850: Erosion
And Sediment Control And Stormwater
Management Certification Regulations
9 VAC 25-870
Title 9, Agency 25, Chapter 870: Virginia
Stormwater Management Program (Vsmp)
Regulation
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (DOD)
DOD 4715.05-G
(2007) Overseas Environmental Baseline
Guidance Document
U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (EPA)
EPA SW-846
(Third Edition; Update IV) Test Methods
for Evaluating Solid Waste:
Physical/Chemical Methods
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U.S. NATIONAL ARCHIVES AND RECORDS ADMINISTRATION (NARA)
40 CFR 260
Hazardous Waste Management System:
General
40 CFR 261
Identification and Listing of Hazardous
Waste
40 CFR 262
Standards Applicable to Generators of
Hazardous Waste
40 CFR 263
Standards Applicable to Transporters of
Hazardous Waste
40 CFR 264
Standards for Owners and Operators of
Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, and
Disposal Facilities
40 CFR 265
Interim Status Standards for Owners and
Operators of Hazardous Waste Treatment,
Storage, and Disposal Facilities
40 CFR 355
Emergency Planning and Notification
40 CFR 82
Protection of Stratospheric Ozone
49 CFR 171
General Information, Regulations, and
Definitions
49 CFR 172
Hazardous Materials Table, Special
Provisions, Hazardous Materials
Communications, Emergency Response
Information, and Training Requirements
49 CFR 178
Specifications for Packagings
77 FR 12286
Final National Pollutant Discharge
Elimination System (NPDES) General Permit
for Stormwater Discharges from
Construction Activities
WASHINGTON STATE ADMINISTRATIVE CODE (WAC)
WAC-173-160
Minimum Standards for Construction and
Maintenance of Wells
WAC-173-303
Washington Dangerous Waste Regulations
WAC-173-303-330
Personnel Training
WAC-173-303-573
Standards for Universal Waste Management
WAC-173-303-573(2)
Standards for Universal Waste Management Batteries
WAC-173-303-573(3)
Standards for Universal Waste Management Mercury-containing Equipment
WAC-173-303-573(5)
Standards for Universal Waste Management Lamps
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WAC-173-350
Solid Waste Handling Standards
WAC-173-60
Maximum Environmental Noise Levels
WAC-222-30
Timber Harvesting
WAC-246-290
Department of Health Drinking Water
Regulation
WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF ECOLOGY (WSDE)
WSDE SMM
1.2
(2012) Washington State Stormwater
Management Manual for Western Washington
DEFINITIONS
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1.2.1
Dangerous Waste
Waste defined as dangerous waste in accordance with WAC-173-303. This
includes, but is not limited to, hazardous waste, extremely hazardous waste
and state-only dangerous waste.
1.2.2
Encountered Waste
Material that is of Government origin that becomes a waste during
construction at or on Government property. This term includes both
foreseen and unforeseen Government waste discovered at the worksite.
1.2.3
Firewood
Raw, woody material cut into short lengths and burned to produce energy.
1.2.4
Fugitive Dust
Particulate matter or any visible air contaminant (smoke, dust, or fume)
other than uncombined water that is not collected by a capture system and
emitted from a stack, but is released to the atmosphere at the point of
generation.
1.2.5
Ozone Depleting Substance (ODS) Substitute
Any chemical or product, whether existing or new, that is used by any
person as an EPA-approved replacement for a Class I or Class II ODS in a
given refrigeration or air-conditioning end-use.
1.2.6
Refrigerant
Any substance consisting in part or whole of a Class I or Class II ODS, or
an ODS substitute that is used for heat transfer purposes and provides a
cooling effect.
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1.2.7
Refuse
Includes, but is not limited to garbage, rubbish, trash, some soils, and
non-painted demolition and construction debris. The Government will
designate refuse. When designated as "refuse," the Government has
determined the waste is not "Dangerous Waste."
1.2.8
Sewage
Liquid waste designated by the Government as "domestic sanitary sewage" and
normally discharged through domestic sanitary sewage systems. Liquids
designated as "sewage" include human body waste, and wastewater from sinks,
showers, laundries, dishwashers, and garbage disposals when these liquids
use only chemicals approved by the Government for discharge into the
sanitary sewer.
1.2.9
Spill Event
A spill is any release of oil or hazardous substances to the water or
ground that is not controlled or permitted. This includes any spilling,
leaking, pumping, emitting, discharging, injecting, escaping, leaching,
disposing, or dumping of liquid or solid material that is not authorized in
writing by the Contracting Officer.
1.2.9.1
Reportable Release
A reportable release means any spilling, leaking, pumping, pouring,
emitting, emptying, discharging, injecting, escaping, leaching, dumping, or
disposing into the environment of a known or unknown material or hazardous
substance that poses an immediate threat to human health or the environment
to the air, soil, or water. Reportable releases are: a sheen of oil on the
water; a violation of the Installation's or project's water permit (NPDES
permit); A sewage spill that threatens human health or the environment; a
Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act
reportable quantity for hazardous/toxic substances (40 CFR 302); an air or
hazardous substance release that is a threat to human health or the
environment, or released outside the facility boundaries; any discharge
from an underground storage tank regulated under WAC 173-360; or oil
spilled to the ground or to permeable secondary containment of 160 liters
42 gallons and greater.
1.2.9.2
Non-emergency Spill Event
A non-emergency spill event is a discharge of a known material or any
hazardous substance that does not pose an immediate threat to human health
or the environment, can be cleaned up as part of normal housekeeping by the
personnel who discovered the spill, and is not released on the soil or into
any waterway inlet (for example, storm drain) or outside Navy property
boundaries.
1.2.10
Timber, Merchantable
Any raw material yielded by a forest that is of a size, quality and
condition suitable for marketing under given economic conditions, even if
it is situated such that it is not immediately accessible for logging.
1.2.11
Nonroad Engine
Any internal combustion engine, except motor vehicle (highway engines,
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1.4.1.1
Definition and Disposal Requirements of Empty Paint Cans
Paint Cans: Paint cans that are empty (free of liquids and contains less
than 2.54 cm 1 inch of dried material) of paints, solvents, thinners and
adhesives may be disposed of in dumpsters.
Metal paint cans that meet the empty standard can be placed in dumpsters
marked "metal only"; plastic cans may be placed in solid waste dumpsters.
Manage paint cans with liquid or more than 2.54 cm 1 inch of solidified
oil-based paint as a hazardous waste and label properly. Manage paint cans
with excess water-based paint as non-hazardous waste. Contact NAVFAC
MIDLANT Environmental Services for management requirements.
1.4.1.2
1.4.1.2.1
Erosion and Sediment Control Measures and Stormwater Management
Erosion and Sediment Control
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NOTE: Use this paragraph where land disturbance is
929 square meters 10,000 square feet or greater.
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Submit an erosion and sediment control plan, and comply with the
requirements specified in the Virginia Erosion and Sediment Control Law and
Regulations. (Virginia Code: 9 VAC 25-840). Obtain a Certificate of
Competency in accordance with 9 VAC 25-850.
1.4.1.2.2
Construction Dewatering
Construction site stormwater runoff must be treated using proper erosion
control measures or stormwater management practices prior to release from
the construction site. Pollutants, including but not limited to chemicals,
fuels, lubricants, sewage, paints, sedimentation, and other harmful
materials must not be discharged into or alongside any river, stream, or
impoundment, or into any channels leading to them. Implement appropriate
erosion and sediment control measures to all disturbed areas or bare soils
to prevent unauthorized offsite sedimentation. Apply stabilization
measures to denuded portions of a project that are at final grade or where
work has temporarily ceased within 7 days.
1.4.1.3
Virginia Stormwater Management
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NOTE: Use this paragraph where land disturbance is
4047 square meters one acre or greater.
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Where land disturbance is equal to or exceeds 4046 square meters one acre,
prepare and submit a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) and
comply with the requirements specified in the Virginia Stormwater
Management Law and Regulations (Virginia Code: 9 VAC 25-870). Obtain
Certificate of Competency in accordance with 9 VAC 25-850.
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1.4.1.3.1
Stormwater General Permit for Construction Activities
Registration Statement
In accordance with 9 VAC 25-870, submit a Registration Statement to the
State to obtain Virginia Stormwater Management Program General Permit
coverage, and as required under the General Permit, develop a SWPPP for the
project. The SWPPP must meet the requirements of the State General Permit
for storm water discharges from construction activities. Submit the
Registration Statement and appropriate permit fees to the appropriate state
agency for approval a minimum of 15 calendar days prior to the start of any
land disturbing activities. Maintain an approved copy of the SWPPP at the
onsite construction office, and continually update as regulations require,
reflecting current site conditions.
Coverage under this permit requires the Contractor to prepare a SWPPP,
prepare and submit a Registration Statement and provide the permit fee to
the responsible state agency before any land disturbing activities begin.
File for permit coverage on behalf of both the Contractor and the
Construction Officer, and file a Notice of Termination once construction is
complete and the site is stabilized with a final sustainable cover.
Install, inspect, maintain best management practices (BMPs), and submit
stormwater BMP inspection reports and SWPPP inspection reports as required
under the terms and conditions of the permit. Ensure construction
operations and management comply with the terms and conditions of the
general permit for stormwater discharges from construction activities.
1.4.1.3.2
Stormwater General Permit Inspection Reports
Complete and document, in the SWPPP Notebook, the Stormwater Inspection
Reports as required by the State VSMP General Permit. The Stormwater
inspections reports must include items required by the General Permit and
must be completed at the inspection frequency detailed in 9 VAC 25-870.
Obtain certificate of competency in accordance with 9 VAC 25-850.
1.4.1.4
Asbestos Abatement and Notification Procedures
Structures must be surveyed for the presence of asbestos prior to
demolition or renovation. A structure is defined as including any
load-bearing portion of a structure. The survey must be performed by a
licensed, certified, accredited asbestos inspector in accordance with
ASTM E2356.
Notify EPA and Virginia Department of Labor and Industry (VADOLI) at least
20 calendar days before start of asbestos abatement if asbestos is expected
to total at least 79 Linear Meters 260 LF, 14.9 Square Meters 160 SF, or 1
cubic meter 35 CF. Provide copies of notifications to the environmental
office (Air Manager) through the Contracting Officer prior to beginning
work. Make notifications for any project that includes asbestos abatement
(and for all demolition projects, regardless of whether asbestos containing
materials are present in the structure or facility) in accordance with
paragraph DEMOLITION. Notification is not required if asbestos is
nonfriable asbestos containing roofing, flooring, or siding materials that
when installed, encapsulated, or removed do not become friable. If the
material is damaged, the matrix binding the asbestos fibers has
deteriorated, or mechanical removal results in more-than-incidental
breakage, then notification is required. Activities such as grinding,
mechanical chipping, sawing or drilling can make the asbestos containing
material friable and would require notification.
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c.
Obtain the EPA Hazardous Waste Identification Number (EPA ID#) for the
installation or off-site Contractor location, from the EV Core HW MM.
Use the generator's EPA ID# on the Hazardous Waste Manifest.
(1) Provide the name and EPA ID Number for the Hazardous Waste
Transporter and the disposal facility to the HW MM.
(2) Submit all waste profiles and documentation supporting the waste
disposal to the HW MM for review.
d.
Obtain the Hazardous Waste Manifest signature from designated
representative of the Regional Environmental Services Group (EV
Services). Contact the Environmental Services Department Dispatcher to
schedule this service. Obtain signature on the day the waste is
scheduled to be picked up.
e.
The Contractor is to ensure that the Certificates of Disposal and
Manifests are mailed to EV Services, in accordance with the all Federal
and State regulations.
][1.4.1.5.4
Waste Management - Disposal by the Navy
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NOTE: Coordinate with the installation EV to
determine whether paragraph WASTE MANAGEMENT DISPOSAL BY THE CONTRACTOR or paragraph WASTE
MANAGEMENT - DISPOSAL BY THE NAVY is applicable for
the project's location.
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Coordinate waste management actions with the HW MM responsible for the
installation. Manage all hazardous waste in accordance with federal, state
and Navy Environmental Regulations. Sign and submit all paperwork (lab
analyses, profiles, manifests) and records to the Navy. Allow inspection
by the Regional Environmental Core for compliance with federal, state and
Navy requirements.
1.4.1.5.4.1
Contractor Site Custodian
a. Designate a Site Custodian and an alternate for waste management.
Provide 24-hour phone numbers where Site Custodian or Site Manager and
alternate can be contacted in the event of an emergency.
b. Personnel must be trained in hazardous waste management procedures to
comply with the requirements of 40 CFR 262.34 and 40 CFR 265.16.
1.4.1.5.4.2
Waste Accumulation
a. Establish a Satellite Accumulation Area (SAA), Universal Waste
Accumulation Area (UWAA) or a temporary 90-Day Hazardous Waste Accumulation
Area (HWAA) for waste accumulation. Do not use accumulation areas as
Contractor lay-down areas.
b. EV Core HW MM will notify VDEQ. Notify the HW MM 14 days prior to the
start of waste accumulation. All agency notifications will originate from
the Regional Environmental Core.
c. The Site Custodian and alternate must attend the HW MM training session
for the management of the SAA, UWAA or HWAA.
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d. Manage waste containers in accordance with all applicable Federal,
State, and Navy regulations.
1.4.1.5.4.3
Waste Disposal
a. The Navy will be considered the "generator" (EPA definition) for any
and all waste that are generated on Navy property, regardless if the waste
was generated as result of Contractor activity.
b. Obtain a Job Order Number from the NAVFAC MIDLANT Financial Management
Business Line, Accounts Receivable Department.
c. Submit all waste profiles and documentation supporting the waste
disposal to the HW MM for review.
d. Coordinate with the HW MM for waste pickup by EV Services. EV Services
will pick up the waste and coordinate transport to an off-site permitted
Treatment Storage or Disposal facility.
e. Obtain the Hazardous Waste Manifest signature from designated
representative of the Regional EV Services. Contact the Environmental
Services Department Dispatcher to schedule this service. Obtain signature
on the day the waste is scheduled to be picked up.
]1.4.1.5.5
Excavation
If soil is to be reused onsite, sampling is not required unless otherwise
directed. Excavated soil may be reused within the construction site with
no testing necessary. Soil may be stockpiled until the end of the project,
then reused as much as possible prior to sampling and analysis for residual
soil to be disposed. Store in a manner that prevents rain from infiltrating
the soil matrix and preventing any runoff into the surrounding soil or
pavement (for example, store the soil on top of plastic sheets and covered
with plastic sheets or store in lined, covered dumpsters). If the soil is
going to be relocated or disposed outside the construction site, sampling
and analysis is required. Contact the installation HW Program Manager prior
to disposal to determine the appropriate sampling and test parameter. Soil
disposal requirements will depend on test results. If soil is to be shipped
to a destination outside the fire ant quarantine area (outside of James
City County, York County, Chesapeake, Hampton, Newport News, Norfolk,
Poquoson, Portsmouth, Suffolk, Virginia Beach, or Williamsburg) it MUST
have a valid inspection certificate issued by an Officer of the Plant
Protection and Quarantine Program (PPQ) of the U.S. Department of
Agriculture. Contact the EV Pest Management Coordinator for additional
information.
1.4.1.5.6
Painting and Paint Removal
Air-drying cans for disposal are allowed only if liquid residue is less than
2.54 cm 1 inch; keep all paint or solvent containers closed and secured
when not adding or removing material or waste. Waste paint chips and
debris must be collected and sampled to determine the proper disposal
method. Contact the NAVFAC MIDLANT EV HW Program Manager for sampling
requirements. If waste paint is determined to be hazardous, waste must be
managed as hazardous and an appropriate accumulation area must be
established. Contact the NAVFAC MIDLANT EV HW Program Manager for site
setup.
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practices.
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1.4.1.1
Definition and Disposal Requirements of Empty Paint Cans
Paint Cans: Paint cans that are empty (free of liquids and contains less
than 2.54 cm 1 inch of dried material) of paints, solvents, thinners and
adhesives may be disposed of in dumpsters.
Metal paint cans that meet the empty standard can be placed in dumpsters
marked "metal only"; plastic cans may be placed in solid waste dumpsters.
Manage paint cans with liquid or more than 2.54 cm 1 inch of solidified
oil-based paint as a hazardous waste and label properly. Manage paint cans
with excess water-based paint as non-hazardous waste. Contact NAVFAC
MIDLANT Environmental Services for management requirements.
1.4.1.2
1.4.1.2.1
Erosion and Sediment Control Measures and Stormwater Management
Erosion and Sediment Control
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NOTE: Use this paragraph where land disturbance is
929 square meters 10,000 square feet or greater.
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Submit an erosion and sediment control plan, and comply with the
requirements specified in the Virginia Erosion and Sediment Control Law and
Regulations. (Virginia Code: 9 VAC 25-840). Obtain a Certificate of
Competency in accordance with 9 VAC 25-850.
1.4.1.2.2
Construction Dewatering
Construction site stormwater runoff must be treated using proper erosion
control measures or stormwater management practices prior to release from
the construction site. Pollutants, including but not limited to chemicals,
fuels, lubricants, sewage, paints, sedimentation, and other harmful
materials must not be discharged into or alongside any river, stream, or
impoundment, or into any channels leading to them. Implement appropriate
erosion and sediment control measures to all disturbed areas or bare soils
to prevent unauthorized offsite sedimentation. Apply stabilization
measures to denuded portions of a project that are at final grade or where
work has temporarily ceased within 7 days.
1.4.1.3
Virginia Stormwater Management
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NOTE: Use this paragraph where land disturbance is
4047 square meters one acre or greater.
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Where land disturbance is equal to or exceeds 4046 square meters one acre,
prepare and submit a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) and
comply with the requirements specified in the Virginia Stormwater
Management Law and Regulations (Virginia Code: 9 VAC 25-870). Obtain
Certificate of Competency in accordance with 9 VAC 25-850.
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1.4.1.3.1
Stormwater General Permit for Construction Activities
Registration Statement
In accordance with 9 VAC 25-870, submit a Registration Statement to the
State to obtain Virginia Stormwater Management Program General Permit
coverage, and as required under the General Permit, develop a SWPPP for the
project. The SWPPP must meet the requirements of the State General Permit
for storm water discharges from construction activities. Submit the
Registration Statement and appropriate permit fees to the appropriate state
agency for approval a minimum of 15 calendar days prior to the start of any
land disturbing activities. Maintain an approved copy of the SWPPP at the
onsite construction office, and continually update as regulations require,
reflecting current site conditions.
Coverage under this permit requires the Contractor to prepare a SWPPP,
prepare and submit a Registration Statement and provide the permit fee to
the responsible state agency before any land disturbing activities begin.
File for permit coverage on behalf of both the Contractor and the
Construction Officer, and file a Notice of Termination once construction is
complete and the site is stabilized with a final sustainable cover.
Install, inspect, maintain best management practices (BMPs), and submit
stormwater BMP inspection reports and SWPPP inspection reports as required
under the terms and conditions of the permit. Ensure construction
operations and management comply with the terms and conditions of the
general permit for stormwater discharges from construction activities.
1.4.1.3.2
Stormwater General Permit Inspection Reports
Complete and document, in the SWPPP Notebook, the Stormwater Inspection
Reports as required by the State VSMP General Permit. The Stormwater
inspections reports must include items required by the General Permit and
must be completed at the inspection frequency detailed in 9 VAC 25-870.
Obtain certificate of competency in accordance with 9 VAC 25-850.
1.4.1.4
Asbestos Abatement and Notification Procedures
Structures must be surveyed for the presence of asbestos prior to
demolition or renovation. A structure is defined as including any
load-bearing portion of a structure. The survey must be performed by a
licensed, certified, accredited asbestos inspector in accordance with
ASTM E2356.
Notify EPA and Virginia Department of Labor and Industry (VADOLI) at least
20 calendar days before start of asbestos abatement if asbestos is expected
to total at least 79 Linear Meters 260 LF, 14.9 Square Meters 160 SF, or 1
cubic meter 35 CF. Provide copies of notifications to the environmental
office (Air Manager) through the Contracting Officer prior to beginning
work. Make notifications for any project that includes asbestos abatement
(and for all demolition projects, regardless of whether asbestos containing
materials are present in the structure or facility) in accordance with
paragraph DEMOLITION. Notification is not required if asbestos is
nonfriable asbestos containing roofing, flooring, or siding materials that
when installed, encapsulated, or removed do not become friable. If the
material is damaged, the matrix binding the asbestos fibers has
deteriorated, or mechanical removal results in more-than-incidental
breakage, then notification is required. Activities such as grinding,
mechanical chipping, sawing or drilling can make the asbestos containing
material friable and would require notification.
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1.4.1.4.1
Best Management Practices
Use BMPs to ensure EPA and VADOLI requirements are met, including:
preventing airborne emissions via wetting asbestos prior to removal; using
glove bags or containment; using HEPA-filtered vacuum or ventilation
systems; restricting access to asbestos-control areas until thoroughly
cleaned and inspected, and acceptable air-samples have been received.
Consideration should be given to other environmental program requirements
such as Clean Water Act (CWA) requirements when making decisions regarding
BMPs.
1.4.1.4.2
Asbestos Waste Disposal
For asbestos waste disposal, phone the NAVFAC MIDLANT Environmental (EV)
Service Desk to arrange pick up in your area. A manifest must be signed by
this office prior to waste being removed from the installation. Provide
copies of manifests and notifications to NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic EV Hazardous
Waste (HW) Program Manager.
1.4.1.5
1.4.1.5.1
Hazardous Waste Requirements for Virginia Installations:
Demolition
Remove the following items from the site prior to demolition:
polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), fluorescent bulbs, mercury and metal
components (such as furnaces, ducts, and piping), and any hazardous
materials. Manage lead, fluorescent bulbs, mercury-containing equipment,
and any other waste as "hazardous or universal waste" as appropriate (see
paragraph HAZARDOUS AND UNIVERSAL WASTE GENERATION). If the demolition
activity encompasses the whole building (the building must be demolished to
the ground), the resulting construction debris (including lead paint)
requires Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP) analysis to make
a waste determination and ensure proper management and disposal before it
can be disposed as solid waste.
1.4.1.5.2
Hazardous and Universal Waste Generation
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NOTE: Activity Hazardous Material Reutilization,
Hazardous Waste Minimization and Disposal Guide is
available for download at
http://www.wbdg.org/ccb/NAVGRAPH/graphtoc.pdf
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Hazardous and Universal Waste includes fluorescent bulbs, PCB ballast, lead
paint, and mercury-containing equipment. Contact the EV HW Program Manager
to set up an appropriate accumulation area. Manage waste in a satellite
accumulation area (SAA), hazardous waste accumulation area (HWAA), or
universal waste accumulation area (UWAA) as directed by the EV HW Program
Manager through the Contracting Officer. Keep containers securely closed
unless adding or removing material and waste. Ensure custodians managing
the accumulation area(s) have appropriate training that has been taken
within the year prior to the area being established. Training is an annual
requirement that can be taken on the
https://environmentaltraining.ecatts.com/ site. Keep copies of training
records and certificates on site.
Hazardous Waste Accumulation Areas (less than 90-day sites) require
Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (VDEQ) notification. Notify
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the HA Media Manager (HW MM) 14 days prior to the start of waste
accumulation. The EV HW Program Manager is authorized to notify VDEQ when
Hazardous Waste Accumulation Areas are established. A copy of the Activity
Hazardous Material Reutilization, Hazardous Waste Minimization and Disposal
Guide will be provided by the Contracting Officer. For waste disposal,
phone the NAVFAC MIDLANT EV Service Desk to arrange pick up in your area.
Fax a completed DD 1348-1A to the Service Desk for all waste turn-ins.
Notify the Service Desk if any containers are leaking or are in poor
condition. A representative from NAVFAC MIDLANT EV Services is the
authorized entity approved to sign manifests for off-site waste disposal.
[1.4.1.5.3
Waste Management - Disposal by the Contractor
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NOTE: Coordinate with the installation EV to
determine whether paragraph WASTE MANAGEMENT DISPOSAL BY THE CONTRACTOR or paragraph WASTE
MANAGEMENT - DISPOSAL BY THE NAVY is applicable for
the project's location.
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Manage and dispose of all Hazardous Waste generated or discovered during
the project. Dispose of all waste in accordance with all federal and state
environmental regulations. Sign and submit all paperwork (lab analyses,
profiles, manifests) and records to the Navy. Allow inspection by the
Regional Environmental Core for compliance with federal, state and Navy
requirements.
1.4.1.5.3.1
Contractor Site Custodian
a. Designate a Site Custodian and an Alternate for waste management.
Provide 24-hour phone numbers where Site Custodian and alternate can be
contacted in the event of an emergency.
b. Personnel must be trained in hazardous waste management procedures to
comply with the requirements of 40 CFR 262.34 and 40 CFR 265.16.
1.4.1.5.3.2
Waste Accumulation
a.
Establish a SAA, UWAA or a temporary 90-Day HWAA for waste
accumulation. Obtain the HW Media Manager approval. Do not use
accumulation areas as lay-down areas.
b.
EV Core HW MM will notify VDEQ. Notify the HW MM 14 days prior to the
start of waste accumulation. All agency notifications will originate
from the Regional Environmental Core.
c.
The Site Custodian and Alternate must attend the HW MM training session
for the management of the SAA, UWAA or HWAA.
1.4.1.5.3.3
Waste Disposal
a.
The Navy will be considered the "generator" for any and all waste that
are generated on Navy property, regardless if the waste was generated
as result of Contractor activity.
b.
Pack, mark, label and transport all waste in accordance with Department
of Transportation 49 CFR Regulations.
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1.5.3.2.1.3
Indian Island
Complete Waste Generation Record in accordance with paragraph WASTE
DETERMINATION DOCUMENTATION for each waste stream. Contractor personnel
submitting WGR forms must have already received Bangor Waste Originator
Training and Certification.
][1.5.3.2.2
Dangerous Waste Disposal
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NOTE: Select "disposal" for projects at Whidbey
Island, Everett, and Reserve Centers.
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Specify procedures to handle, process, and dispose of dangerous waste. For
disposal at a TSDF, provide the following if the TSDF is not on the
approved list of the Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS)
http://www.dispositionservices.dla.mil/newenv/documents/qualfac.pdf:
facility name, physical address, telephone number, description of the
facility, EPA waste numbers that the facility accepts, and date of most
recent Resource Conservation and Recovery Act(RCRA) inspection. If the
TDSF is on the DRMS list, then provide the name and physical address.
For transporters to be used to transport dangerous waste, furnish the
following: name, address, EPA ID number, and phone numbers of the
transport firm and the principal Contractor. Onsite treatment of waste is
prohibited.
]1.5.3.3
Stormwater Management and Control
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NOTE: Choose first bracketed option for
Construction projects that disturb 1 acre or more.
Choose second bracketed option for all other
projects.
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[ This project disturbs more than one acre. A SWPPP[ including mandatory
Bremerton Naval Complex BMPs and WSDE SMM BMPs] is required in accordance
with Section 01 57 19 TEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS.
][A narrative of the storm water management and control is required.
the following:
Include
a.
A brief project description
b.
Total disturbed acreage in accordance with EPA's Construction General
Permit definitions.
c.
United States Waters that the project will drain onto
d.
The sequence of construction events
e.
Stormwater BMPs that will be applied to the site[ including mandatory
Bremerton Naval Complex BMPs].
f.
Site map showing location of BMP measures
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NOTE: Include if NOC is required. Delete this
subparagraph if NOC is not required. Permit
requirements are found in the Permits Record of
Decision (PROD). NOC permits may require up to 120
days to receive approval from outside regulatory
agencies. Examples of taskings that may require an
NOC include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Installation of certain Boilers or other
stationary combustion sources such as electrical
generators
- Certain portable combustion sources (not including
motor vehicles)
- Blasting or paint spray booths
- Fuel storage tanks, dispensers, and loading racks
- Modification of existing equipment that has a NOC
- Industrial ventilation and dust control systems to
control dust and fumes from activities such as
grinding, sanding, or solvent cleaning.
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Allow up to 120 days to receive approval from outside regulatory agencies
for NOC permits. Prepare and forward the permit application package to the
Contracting Officer for approval and submittal to the applicable regulatory
agency. Pay for associated fees. Permit approval must be obtained prior
to the start of work covered by the permit. Upon completion of work,
notify the Contracting Officer, who will submit the Notification of
Completion to the applicable regulatory agency.
Equipment and work provided as part of this Contract must comply with the
terms and conditions of the permit, and other applicable federal, state,
and local air pollution-control regulations.
][1.6
SOUTHEAST
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NOTE: Applicable environmental requirements such
as; erosion/sediment control, storm water, hazardous
waste, and solid waste may have unique state
regulations that exceed the requirements of Section
01 57 19 TEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS. Edit
this section to include these unique state
requirements for each state listed below.
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NOTE: For each installation listed below, provide
the following:
1. Unique local requirements that exceed Section
requirements and state regulations.
2. Environmental Point of Contact information for
design review and base specific requirements.
3. For every installation in area of responsibility,
the FEC must identify the facility Hazardous Waste
Generator status as specified in paragraph FACILITY
HAZARDOUS WASTE GENERATOR STATUS.
4. For each installation listed below, provide
specific requirements of the installation's
Environmental Management System (EMS) that relate to
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construction operations. Identify those site
specific EMS actions that the Contractor must
perform under this contract.
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Comply with the following state, regional, and local requirements which
supplement Section 01 57 19 TEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS.
1.6.1
Florida
1.6.1.1
1.6.1.1.1
Naval Air Station (NAS) Jacksonville
Definition: Petroleum-Contaminated Waste
Surface water, groundwater, soil, or sediment that has the presence of
petroleum or petroleum products or their chemical constituents (except
hazardous waste as defined in the paragraph Hazardous Waste in Section
01 57 19 TEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS in quantities that exceed the
applicable cleanup target levels as stated in FL 62-770.
1.6.1.1.2
Environmental Protection Requirements
NAS Jacksonville is governed by the Federal Facilities Agreement (FFA)
signed by the Government, the EPA, and the Florida Department of
Environmental Protection. The FFA is incorporated by reference into this
Contract and subcontracts. Specific restoration sites have been identified
in the FFA, and other Contractors or Government personnel may undertake
sampling, investigative work, or remediation actions related to other
projects simultaneously with the efforts related to this project.
Information concerning this agreement or specific site information may be
obtained from the Facilities Department at NAS Jacksonville.
1.6.1.1.3
Employee Training Records
Maintain a copy of the training certificate at the job site showing that
the required module(s) were completed in accordance with requirements in
paragraph Environmental Compliance Training in Environmental Compliance
Assessment Training and Tracking System (ECATTS) in Section 01 57 19
TEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS. Complete this training prior to starting
work on this project, but not later than 30 days after award of the
Contract. Contractor employees must carry a wallet-size card demonstrating
that the required module(s) have been completed. The card must be
presented to the Contracting Officer or the Contracting Officer's
Representative upon request.
1.6.1.1.4
Control and Management of Hazardous Waste
Dispose of hazardous waste generated during construction through PWC
Jacksonville; do not take hazardous waste off station. Pay disposal costs
in accordance with PWC Jacksonville's published rates. Air-drying any
containers to render them empty is prohibited.
1.6.1.1.5
Battery Disposal
Comply with hazardous waste requirements when disposing of waste lead-acid
batteries and electrolyte.
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Metal will not be accepted at the Base Sanitary Landfill.
may be deposited in the landfill include the following:
Materials that
CATEGORY
CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS DISPOSAL - BASE SANITARY
LANDFILL EXAMPLE/GENERAL INFORMATION FOR DEPOSIT IN
THE LANDFILL
Mixed Debris
The following materials may be placed in the
landfill in a location designated by the landfill
operator. These items may be mixed together.
Sheetrock, plaster, glass (broken), Non-asbestos
insulation, (fiberglass and mineral wool must be
bagged).
Packing paper, Styrofoam, and pasteboard boxes
Non-asbestos roofing materials such as shingles
built-up and shingle roofing. Painted wood such as
doors, windows, siding, and trim.
Plastic and fiberglass such as pipe, electrical
boxes, cover plates, and similar. Ceramic and vinyl
flooring or tile and ceiling tile.
Masonry and Concrete
Deliver concrete, block, brick, mortar to the
landfill separate from any other items, and place
in a location designated by the landfill operator.
Reinforcement wire and rebar must be removed flush
with exposed surfaces.
Non-recyclable Cardboard Breakdown corrugated cardboard boxes and deliver to
the Base Recycling Center located at Building 913.
If Base personnel rejects the cardboard, take
cardboard to the landfill.
Non-recyclable Wall
Pallets
Deliver usable pallets to the Base Recycling Center
located at Building 913. If Base personnel rejects
the pallets, take pallets to the landfill.
Treated Wood
Deliver treated wood, and such as piling and power
poles, to the landfill separated from any other
items, and place in locations as designated by the
landfill operator.
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CATEGORY
CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS DISPOSAL - BASE SANITARY
LANDFILL EXAMPLE/GENERAL INFORMATION FOR DEPOSIT IN
THE LANDFILL
Untreated/Unpainted Wood Deliver lumber, trees, stumps, limbs, tops, and
shrubs to the landfill separated from any other
items, and place in locations as designated by
landfill operator.
Organic Matter
Deliver leaves, pine straw, and grass clippings to
the landfill separated from any other items, and
place in locations as designated by landfill
operator. No bags or containers are allowed.
Fiberglass Tanks - 2000
liter 550 Gallons or
less
Clean tanks before delivering to the landfill.
Asphalt Pavement
Remove pavement from Government property and deliver
to an asphalt-recycling establishment. Provide a
record of the total tons of asphalt recycled and
the corporate name and location of the recycling
establishment receiving the removed asphalt.
Weigh each and every
vehicle delivering
debris
Separate each category of construction debris at
construction site and deliver separately to the
landfill.
Weigh each and every
vehicle delivering
debris
Place each category of construction debris in the
landfill at the location designated by the landfill
operator.
Asbestos
Refer to PART 4, PERFORMANCE TECHNICAL
SPECIFICATIONS, F20, SELECTIVE BUILDING DEMOLITION.
Lead-Based Paint and
Materials
Refer to PART 4, PERFORMANCE TECHNICAL Materials
SPECIFICATIONS, F20, SELECTIVE BUILDING DEMOLITION.
Metals
Metals will not be accepted at the landfill. Remove
metals from each category before delivery to the
landfill. (Example: Remove hardware from doors and
windows)
Dispose of metal construction debris at Defense
Reutilization Maintenance Office (DRMO) Building
TC-861, Camp Geiger.
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CATEGORY
CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS DISPOSAL - BASE SANITARY
LANDFILL EXAMPLE/GENERAL INFORMATION FOR DEPOSIT IN
THE LANDFILL
Aluminum, brass, copper, lead, other metal,
electrical wiring, cable (cut in 3-foot or less
sections)
1.4.6.2
MCAS Cherry Point
1.4.7
New York
1.4.8
Maine
1.4.9
District of Columbia
[1.5
NORTHWEST (Washington)
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NOTE: The following paragraphs are tailored for
NAVFAC NW use.
Forms referenced for attachment are available for
download at
http://www.wbdg.org/ccb/NAVGRAPH/graphtoc.pdf
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Comply with the following state, regional, and local requirements which
supplement Section 01 57 19 TEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS.
1.5.1
Contractor Employee Training Records
Train employees in accordance with WAC-173-303-330. Training must be
completed and documented prior to the generation of waste.
1.5.1.1
Waste Originator Training for NBK Bangor
NBK Environmental Division Waste Originator Training Certification is
obtained by attending the Bangor Waste Originator Class and passing the
Originator Test given at the end of the class. Contact the Contracting
Officer for dates and times of the Originator Class.
1.5.1.2
Waste Originator Training for NBK Keyport
NBK Keyport Waste Originator Training Certification is obtained by taking
the electronic "Hazardous Waste Site Manager/Alternate (Waste Generator)"
training module (contact the Contracting Officer for an electronic copy)
and passing the test at the end of the training module. Training must be
completed and documented prior to the generation of waste.
1.5.1.3
Waste Originator Training for NBK Bremerton
Employees must be familiar (read and understand) the approved Environmental
Protection Plan and the "Contractor's Guide to Environmental Compliance."
SECTION 01 57 19.01 20
Page 25
Complete the ECATTS course titled "Site Specific Hazardous Waste Management
Training for the Bremerton Naval Complex" in order to satisfy the
Contractor Employee Training Records submittal in accordance with Section
01 57 19 TEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS. Taken annually, this course
will satisfy the refresher-training requirement of WAC-173-303 for work at
NBK Bremerton and is not required on a per project basis.
1.5.1.4
Waste Originator Training for NBK Everett
Contractor personnel generating hazardous waste must obtain Site-Specific
Hazardous Waste Training. Allow 1 hour for training. Coordinate with the
NAVFAC NW PWC Environmental Division, 425-304-3470.
1.5.2
Refrigerant Work Checklist
Submit a completed Refrigerant Work Checklist form to document that work
was performed in compliance with 40 CFR 82 requirements. Complete one form
for each piece of equipment containing refrigerant that must be installed,
removed, or serviced as part of this Contract.
1.5.3
Environmental Protection Plan (EPP)
The following clarifications and requirements supplement paragraph
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION PLAN in Section 01 57 19 TEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTAL
CONTROLS.
1.5.3.1
Solid Waste Management
**************************************************************************
NOTE: For NBK Bangor, choose the second bracketed
sentence and delete the first. For other locations,
choose the first bracketed sentence and delete the
second.
**************************************************************************
[ Include the Solid Waste Management Plan from Section 01 57 19 TEMPORARY
ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS, as part of the EPP. Identify each solid-waste
disposal facility, including: the type of facility, name, physical
address, phone numbers, issuing authority and approval signature, permitted
entity and period of issuance for waste. Submit a copy of the county
hauling permit (for nonexempt franchised haulers).][ Include the Solid
Waste Management Plan from Section 01 57 19 TEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTAL
CONTROLS as part of the EPP. Specify name and address of permitted refuse
disposal facilities (clearly state how asbestos waste will be handled).
Specify procedures for providing the Contracting Officer with dump tickets
that include waste quantities and dates of disposal. Specify procedures
for providing refuse waste quantities, dates and certifications of disposal
on the Refuse and Recycle Quantity Form.
]
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Choose PSNS&IMFINST 5090.30 and 5090.5 for
projects at NBK Bremerton, choose BKCHD 2010-1 for
projects in Kitsap County, or choose JCC Chapter
8.10 projects at Indian Island.
**************************************************************************
Perform waste management practices in accordance with[ PSNS&IMFINST
5090.30, Water Pollution Prevention and Control Plan; PSNS&IMFINST 5090.5,
Waste Management Plan][ Bremerton-Kitsap County Health District Ordinance
SECTION 01 57 19.01 20
Page 26
1.8.1
Signs]
Control and Disposal of [Ionization Smoke Detectors][Tritium Exit
**************************************************************************
NOTE: For NAVFAC PAC projects requiring control and
disposal of ionization smoke detectors (which
contain low-level radioactive material) and tritium
exit signs by Radiological Affairs Support Office
(RASO).
**************************************************************************
1.8.1.1
Material Bagging
Remove existing [ionization smoke detectors][ and tritium exit
signs,] and place like types, together (that is same manufacturer and model
number) in a plastic bag. Label the bag with the following data:
Manufacturer:
Activity:
MODEL No.:
Contract No.:
Isotope and Quantity (if known):
1.8.1.2
Material Storage
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Insert applicable activity in the blank space.
**************************************************************************
Store plastic bags in 208 liter 55 gallon covered drum(s). Do not seal the
drum(s). Provide a label with a description of the contents and note on
the label "TO BE DISPOSED OF BY RASO". Apply the label to the exterior
surface of the cover and site of the drum(s). Provide a record copy of the
label for each drum storage material inventory to the Contracting Officer,
[the RASO at COMNAVREG Pearl Harbor,] and [_____].
1.8.1.3
Storage Site and Disposal
**************************************************************************
NOTE: For NAVFAC PAC projects where government is
responsible for storage and disposal. Insert
location of storage site in the blank space.
**************************************************************************
Deliver drums to [_____][ MCBH Bunker 709, Sumner Road][ PWC Pearl Harbor
Bldg. [_____]] for storage and disposal of[ ionization smoke detectors][
and][ tritium exit signs][ as directed by the Contracting Officer].
1.8.1.4
Storage and Disposal by Contractor
**************************************************************************
NOTE: For NAVFAC PAC projects where the Contractor
is responsible for storage and disposal.
**************************************************************************
Store of[ ionization smoke detectors][ and tritium exit signs] in
accordance with federal, state, and local laws and regulations.
SECTION 01 57 19.01 20
Page 37
1.5.3.2.1.3
Indian Island
Complete Waste Generation Record in accordance with paragraph WASTE
DETERMINATION DOCUMENTATION for each waste stream. Contractor personnel
submitting WGR forms must have already received Bangor Waste Originator
Training and Certification.
][1.5.3.2.2
Dangerous Waste Disposal
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Select "disposal" for projects at Whidbey
Island, Everett, and Reserve Centers.
**************************************************************************
Specify procedures to handle, process, and dispose of dangerous waste. For
disposal at a TSDF, provide the following if the TSDF is not on the
approved list of the Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS)
http://www.dispositionservices.dla.mil/newenv/documents/qualfac.pdf:
facility name, physical address, telephone number, description of the
facility, EPA waste numbers that the facility accepts, and date of most
recent Resource Conservation and Recovery Act(RCRA) inspection. If the
TDSF is on the DRMS list, then provide the name and physical address.
For transporters to be used to transport dangerous waste, furnish the
following: name, address, EPA ID number, and phone numbers of the
transport firm and the principal Contractor. Onsite treatment of waste is
prohibited.
]1.5.3.3
Stormwater Management and Control
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Choose first bracketed option for
Construction projects that disturb 1 acre or more.
Choose second bracketed option for all other
projects.
**************************************************************************
[ This project disturbs more than one acre. A SWPPP[ including mandatory
Bremerton Naval Complex BMPs and WSDE SMM BMPs] is required in accordance
with Section 01 57 19 TEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS.
][A narrative of the storm water management and control is required.
the following:
Include
a.
A brief project description
b.
Total disturbed acreage in accordance with EPA's Construction General
Permit definitions.
c.
United States Waters that the project will drain onto
d.
The sequence of construction events
e.
Stormwater BMPs that will be applied to the site[ including mandatory
Bremerton Naval Complex BMPs].
f.
Site map showing location of BMP measures
SECTION 01 57 19.01 20
Page 28
g.
Description of periodic and routine inspections
h.
How and where hazardous materials will be handled and stored on site
i.
Exposed soil coverage practices
j.
Final site stabilization method(s)
][1.5.3.4
Clean Air Act Compliance for [NBK Bangor][NBK Keyport][NBK
Bremerton][Everett]
Identify any air pollution generating equipment or processes that may
require a Notice of Construction pursuant to[ PSCAA] Regulation.
Identify portable and stationary internal combustion engines (ICEs) that
will must be supplied, used, or serviced. Address compliance with 40 CFR
60 Subpart IIII, 40 CFR 63 Subpart ZZZZ, and[ PSCAA] Regulations as
applicable. Include PSCAA Nonroad Engine Notification Form
]1.5.3.5
Clean Air Act Compliance for Whidbey Island and Indian Island
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Use ORCAA for Indian Island. Use NWCAA for
Whidbey Island.
**************************************************************************
Identify any air pollution generating equipment or processes that may
require a Notice of Construction pursuant to [ORCAA][NWCAA] Regulation.
Identify portable and stationary internal combustion engines (ICEs) that
must be supplied, used, or serviced. Address compliance with 40 CFR 60
Subpart IIII, 40 CFR 63 Subpart ZZZZ, and [ORCAA][NWCAA] Regulations as
applicable.
As a minimum, include the following:
a.
Identify engine certification status.
b.
Identify non-resettable hour meter status.
c.
For portable (skid- or trailer-mounted) ICEs, identify the make, model,
manufacture date, size, and brake horsepower.
d.
Identify methods of recording run time and reason for operation.
e.
Do NOT include motor vehicles.
1.5.3.6
Permits
Notice of Construction (NOC) and Notice of Completion Licenses and
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Identify all local permit requirements, as
found in the Permits Record of Decision (PROD).
Identify, and include copies of, all project permits
obtained by the Government (prior to award) in
Section 01 57 19 TEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL.
**************************************************************************
SECTION 01 57 19.01 20
Page 29
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Include if NOC is required. Delete this
subparagraph if NOC is not required. Permit
requirements are found in the Permits Record of
Decision (PROD). NOC permits may require up to 120
days to receive approval from outside regulatory
agencies. Examples of taskings that may require an
NOC include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Installation of certain Boilers or other
stationary combustion sources such as electrical
generators
- Certain portable combustion sources (not including
motor vehicles)
- Blasting or paint spray booths
- Fuel storage tanks, dispensers, and loading racks
- Modification of existing equipment that has a NOC
- Industrial ventilation and dust control systems to
control dust and fumes from activities such as
grinding, sanding, or solvent cleaning.
**************************************************************************
Allow up to 120 days to receive approval from outside regulatory agencies
for NOC permits. Prepare and forward the permit application package to the
Contracting Officer for approval and submittal to the applicable regulatory
agency. Pay for associated fees. Permit approval must be obtained prior
to the start of work covered by the permit. Upon completion of work,
notify the Contracting Officer, who will submit the Notification of
Completion to the applicable regulatory agency.
Equipment and work provided as part of this Contract must comply with the
terms and conditions of the permit, and other applicable federal, state,
and local air pollution-control regulations.
][1.6
SOUTHEAST
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Applicable environmental requirements such
as; erosion/sediment control, storm water, hazardous
waste, and solid waste may have unique state
regulations that exceed the requirements of Section
01 57 19 TEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS. Edit
this section to include these unique state
requirements for each state listed below.
**************************************************************************
**************************************************************************
NOTE: For each installation listed below, provide
the following:
1. Unique local requirements that exceed Section
requirements and state regulations.
2. Environmental Point of Contact information for
design review and base specific requirements.
3. For every installation in area of responsibility,
the FEC must identify the facility Hazardous Waste
Generator status as specified in paragraph FACILITY
HAZARDOUS WASTE GENERATOR STATUS.
4. For each installation listed below, provide
specific requirements of the installation's
Environmental Management System (EMS) that relate to
SECTION 01 57 19.01 20
Page 30
duct-taped to the box is acceptable). At the end of the shift prior to
pick-up time, inspect the box, complete the applicable portion of the
SWTS, and place it in a waterproof envelope.
b. The transporter removes the SWTS from the envelope, signs on the
appropriate line, and provides it to the receiver for signature at the
disposal site. The receiver completes their portion of the SWTS and
returns it to the Contractor.
c. When no SWTS is in the envelope, the waste must not be transported
for disposal.
][3.1.6
Wastewater Discharge [NBK Bremerton][Everett][Whidbey Island]
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Include this subparagraph for work at NBK
Bremerton, Everett, or Whidbey Island.
**************************************************************************
Submit Waste Determination Documentation for each unique type of wastewater.
[3.1.6.1
Discharge at NBK Bremerton
Notify the Contracting Officer for wastewater discharges to the sanitary
sewer in quantities greater than 3785 liter 1,000 gallons per day or 3,785
liter 1,000 gallons for the entire project, and allow 10 working days to
obtain discharge approval from the City of Bremerton via the Contracting
Officer. If discharge is less than 3785 liter 1,000 gallons per day or per
project, then complete the Waste Determination Documentation specifying
disposition to sanitary sewer completes the approval process.
][3.1.6.2
Discharge at Everett
Conduct work in compliance with processed waste water permit, City of
Everett Permit No. 7722-14. Provide sampling and analysis of waste water
effluent prior to discharge to sanitary system. Effluents must meet and
not exceed permit limits for metals, fats, oils, and grease, as well as pH,
biological oxygen demand and total suspended solids. Contact the Waste
Water Operations Project Manager, via the Contracting Officer, for specific
analytical requirements prior to discharge.
][3.1.6.3
Hydrotest Water Discharge at NBK Bremerton
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Reconcile NBK Bremerton requirements with
Section 33 11 00 WATER DISTRIBUTION.
**************************************************************************
Waste Determination Documentation is not required to discharge water from
new, clean piping system to the sanitary system at a flow rate less than
[385][_____] liter [100] [_____] gallons per minute and[11356][_____] liter
[3000] [_____] gallons per day. Notify the Contracting Officer 10 working
days prior to discharge to the sanitary system to obtain approval for
greater flowrates. Clean, uncontaminated, hydrotest water may also be
discharged to the storm drain. Submit a Storm Drain/Sanitary Sewer
Discharge Approval form to obtain approval before discharging.
SECTION 01 57 19.01 20
Page 44
]]3.1.7
Control and Disposal of Landfill-Controlled Waste
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Include these subparagraphs for work at
Everett, Indian Island, Whidbey Island, or NBK
Bremerton.
**************************************************************************
Store landfill controlled waste under cover in a manner that minimizes
contact with process water or storm water. Keep covered and secured except
when adding waste or taking samples. Store in containers or in the
following manner:
a.
Underlay the waste with a continuous impervious sheet of plastic with a
thickness sufficient to contain the waste with a minimum thickness of
10 mils. Thicker or reinforced plastic, or other measures, to protect
the integrity of the plastic underlayment may be required if there is
danger that the plastic will be punctured or torn during accumulation.
Weld, heat seal, or continuously tape (on both sides) seams. Protect
the plastic from perforation during loading and handling operations.
b.
Install a berm around the pile so that the landfill-controlled waste
remains in the designated area. Straw or hay bales are prohibited.
The edges of the underlayment must be laid over the top of the berm and
secured to prevent water from running under
the pile.
c.
Install an impervious continuous sheet of plastic, 10 mils minimum
thickness, over the pile and over the outside of the berm so that
rainwater is directed away from the landfill controlled waste inside
the berm. Weld, heat seal, or continuously tape (on both sides) seams.
d.
Secure the top cover to ensure that wind will not balloon the
cover or blow it aside leaving the pile exposed to weather.
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Include the following bracketed text for work
at NBK Bremerton.
**************************************************************************
[ e.
Place a label on stockpiled soil containers or top cover that
identifies the waste or soil as "Soil, Non-hazardous Pending Sampling."
][f.
Disposal of Landfill Controlled Waste:
Submit a Landfill Disposal Form as required by the receiving
landfill prior to removal of solid waste off Government property.
The Landfill Disposal Form may have different titles, depending
upon the landfill (for example, Waste Disposal Application,
Contaminated Soil Waste Information Sheet, and Industrial Waste
Information Sheet). The Government will co-sign forms.
]3.1.8
Waste Determination Documentation
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Identify waste to be generated by the work
and complete the Encountered Waste Summary (a.k.a
Estimated Waste Table). At NBK Bremerton and PSNS &
IMF, submit a Sampling and Analysis Plan for
SECTION 01 57 19.01 20
Page 45
approval prior to TCLP sample collection and
analysis. At NBK Bangor, perform site visit with
Base Environmental Office prior to survey.
The Designer must provide survey data only for NBK
Bremerton and PSNS & IMF projects. The Encountered
Waste Summary will be prepared by the Government.
Elsewhere, provide survey data and provide, with
draft specifications, a waste designation table for
review and approval by base environmental office.
Local Waste Tables are available for download at
http://www.wbdg.org/ccb/NAVGRAPH/graphtoc.pdf
**************************************************************************
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Choose the following bracketed item for D-B
Projects only and delete the next bracketed item.
This paragraph is tailored for Design-Build.
**************************************************************************
[ Comply with the requirements of FC 3-810-10N, including building survey and
analytical services required to identify existing materials that may
represent health risks, and to properly demolish, designate, and dispose of
materials during site improvements.
]
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Choose the following bracketed sentences and
attach the completed/approved table in the RFP for
Design-Bid-Build Projects.
For bracketed items, choose "Estimated Waste Table"
for work at NBK Bangor, NBK Keyport, or Indian
Island; choose "Encountered Waste Summary" for all
other locations.
**************************************************************************
[ The [Estimated Waste Table][Encountered Waste Summary], attached, provides
a summary table of anticipated encountered waste along with the
corresponding probable waste designation. This table may not be inclusive
of waste that could be encountered. This table does not require such waste
to be disposed rather than recycled or reused. This table is intended to
provide a bid basis. These estimated designations are subject to change
upon receipt of the completed Waste Determination Documentation. Any
segregation, addition, or mixing of identified waste invalidates these
estimated designations. Where such action increases the quantity of
dangerous waste, such waste must be disposed at the Contractor's expense.
] Waste Determination Documentation must consist of the base-specific waste
form and related documentation prepared by the Contractor and submitted to
the Government for the purpose of Government designation of waste.
Examples of related documentation include SDS, sampling and analysis plans,
analytical information, and description of waste or process that generate
waste. No waste must be transported off site without completed Waste
Determination Documentation. Follow instructions provided on completed
Waste Determination Documentation forms.
SECTION 01 57 19.01 20
Page 46
1.6.6.1.3
Environmental Protection Plan (EPP)
Meet with the Contracting Officer to discuss the proposed EPP 10 days after
the award of Contract. Submit the EPP for further discussion, review, and
approval 14 days after the meeting. The EPP should include the following,
in addition to what is listed in Section 01 57 19 TEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTAL
CONTROLS:
a.
A listing of any hazardous materials planned for use on the station, in
accordance with 4400.2A. The total amount of hazardous material stored
onsite is to be less than 110 gallons unless preapproved by the
Government. This information is included in the Station's Hazardous
Material Tracking Program. To assist this effort, submit a list
(including quantities) of hazardous materials to be brought to the
safety station and copies of the corresponding Safety Data Sheets
(SDSs). Submit this list to the Contracting Officer. Sign a
Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) and comply with Station Instruction.
Develop an Authorized User List (AUL) request form for each hazardous
material item and update this list as additional materials are
required. Barcode hazardous material items as specified in the MOU and
Station Instruction. Include a plan addressing excess hazardous
materials will be managed at the conclusion of each task order or at
the end of the project.
b.
In accordance with Station regulations, substitute materials as
necessary to reduce the generation of hazardous material and include a
statement to that effect in the EPP.
c.
For major activities covering large acreage or steep slopes, submit a
separate Land-Disturbing Activity Plan, as required, addressing erosion
and sedimentation control in major land- clearing and grading
operations.
d.
Provide a point-of-contact to address Cuban rock iguanas, Cuban boas,
and other protected species that may be onsite during each phases of
work associated with this Contract.
][1.7
SOUTHWEST
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Applicable environmental requirements such
as; erosion/sediment control, storm water, hazardous
waste, and solid waste may have unique state
regulations that exceed the requirements of Section
01 57 19 TEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS. Edit
this section to include these unique state
requirements for each state listed below.
**************************************************************************
**************************************************************************
NOTE: For each installation listed below, provide
the following:
1. Unique local requirements that exceed Section
requirements and state regulations.
2. Environmental Point of Contact information for
design review and base specific requirements.
3. For every installation in area of responsibility,
the FEC must identify the facility Hazardous Waste
Generator status as specified in paragraph FACILITY
SECTION 01 57 19.01 20
Page 34
HAZARDOUS WASTE GENERATOR STATUS.
4. For each installation listed below, provide
specific requirements of the installation's
Environmental Management System (EMS) that relate to
construction operations. Identify those site
specific EMS actions that the Contractor must
perform under this contract.
**************************************************************************
Comply with the following state, regional, and local requirements which
supplement Section 01 57 19 TEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS.
1.7.1
1.7.1.1
Arizona
Regulatory Requirements for the Notice of Intent (NOI)
Submit a vicinity map and a NOI to the Arizona Department of Environmental
Quality (ADEQ). ADEQ does not require a filing fee). If the construction
project is scheduled to exceed one year, submit NAVFAC SW Legal Fee Letter
to ADEQ - attach it to the NOI. Resident Officer in Charge of Construction
(ROICC) or Facilities Engineering and Acquisition Division (FEAD)
Contracting Officer reviews and signs NOI and NOT. If discharges to a
unique or impaired water body are proposed, submit the SWPPP along with the
NOI. See the General Permit for instructions. Submit NOT to ADEQ within
30 days after permit conditions have been met.
Arizona Pollutant Discharge Elimination System General Permit for
Dischargers from Construction Activities to Water of the United States
2008, Permit No. AZG2013-001 expires June 2, 2018.
http://www.azdeq.gov/environ/water/permits/download/2013_cgp.pdf
1.7.2
1.7.2.1
California
Regulatory Requirements for the Notice of Intent
Submit a site map of the vicinity, NOI, and applicable filing fee (not to
exceed $700.00) to the State Water Resources Control Board (SERCB). If the
construction project is scheduled to exceed one year, submit NAVFAC SW
Legal Fee Letter to SWRCB as an attachment the NOI. State of California
requires the NOI to be submitted 30 days prior to start of construction.
The ROICC or FEAD Contracting Officer reviews and signs NOI.
Complete and submit the NOT to the local Regional Water Quality Control
Board (RWQCB).
http://www.waterboards.ca.gov/water_issues/programs/stormwater/docs/indusnot.pdf
NPDES for Stormwater Discharges Associated with Construction Activities
(General Permit) expires February 16, 2017.
http://www.epa.gov/npdes/pubs/cgp2012_finalpermit.pdf
1.7.2.2
Stormwater Notice of Termination
Submittal of the NOT constitutes notice that the Government (and their
Contractor) of the site identified on this form is no longer authorized to
discharge storm water associated with construction activity by NPDES
General Permit No. CAS000002. Submit the NOT to the appropriate Executive
Officer of the RWQCB responsible for the area in which the facility is
SECTION 01 57 19.01 20
Page 35
located.
1.7.2.3
The ROICC or FEAD Contracting Officer reviews and signs the NOT.
Sampling and Analysis of Hazardous Waste
The analysis must be performed by a California certified laboratory.
1.7.3
1.7.3.1
Nevada
Regulatory Requirements for the Notice of Intent
Submit a vicinity map and NOI to the Nevada Division of Environmental
Protection (NDEP). If the construction project is scheduled to exceed one
year, submit NAVFAC SW Legal Fee Letter to NDEP - attach it to the NOI.
ROICC or FEAD Contracting Officer reviews and signs the NOI.
Prepare and submit a complete NOT to the NDEP within 30 days after permit
conditions have been met.
2002 Stormwater Nevada General Permit No. NRV10000-General Permit expires
on September 15th of 2007.
http://ndep.nv.gov/bwpc/conperm02.pdf
NDEP Best Management Practices Handbook: http://ndep.nv.gov/bwqp/bmp05.htm
][1.8
PACIFIC
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Applicable environmental requirements such
as; erosion/sediment control, storm water, hazardous
waste, and solid waste may have unique state
regulations that exceed the requirements of Section
01 57 19 TEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS. Edit
this section to include these unique state
requirements for each state listed below.
**************************************************************************
**************************************************************************
NOTE: For each installation listed below, provide
the following:
1. Unique local requirements that exceed Section
requirements and state regulations.
2. Environmental Point of Contact information for
design review and base specific requirements.
3. For every installation in area of responsibility,
the FEC must identify the facility Hazardous Waste
Generator status as specified in paragraph FACILITY
HAZARDOUS WASTE GENERATOR STATUS.
4. For each installation listed below, provide
specific requirements of the installation's
Environmental Management System (EMS) that relate to
construction operations. Identify those site
specific EMS actions that the Contractor must
perform under this contract.
**************************************************************************
Comply with the following state, regional and local requirements which
supplement Section 01 57 19 TEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS.
SECTION 01 57 19.01 20
Page 36
1.8.1
Signs]
Control and Disposal of [Ionization Smoke Detectors][Tritium Exit
**************************************************************************
NOTE: For NAVFAC PAC projects requiring control and
disposal of ionization smoke detectors (which
contain low-level radioactive material) and tritium
exit signs by Radiological Affairs Support Office
(RASO).
**************************************************************************
1.8.1.1
Material Bagging
Remove existing [ionization smoke detectors][ and tritium exit
signs,] and place like types, together (that is same manufacturer and model
number) in a plastic bag. Label the bag with the following data:
Manufacturer:
Activity:
MODEL No.:
Contract No.:
Isotope and Quantity (if known):
1.8.1.2
Material Storage
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Insert applicable activity in the blank space.
**************************************************************************
Store plastic bags in 208 liter 55 gallon covered drum(s). Do not seal the
drum(s). Provide a label with a description of the contents and note on
the label "TO BE DISPOSED OF BY RASO". Apply the label to the exterior
surface of the cover and site of the drum(s). Provide a record copy of the
label for each drum storage material inventory to the Contracting Officer,
[the RASO at COMNAVREG Pearl Harbor,] and [_____].
1.8.1.3
Storage Site and Disposal
**************************************************************************
NOTE: For NAVFAC PAC projects where government is
responsible for storage and disposal. Insert
location of storage site in the blank space.
**************************************************************************
Deliver drums to [_____][ MCBH Bunker 709, Sumner Road][ PWC Pearl Harbor
Bldg. [_____]] for storage and disposal of[ ionization smoke detectors][
and][ tritium exit signs][ as directed by the Contracting Officer].
1.8.1.4
Storage and Disposal by Contractor
**************************************************************************
NOTE: For NAVFAC PAC projects where the Contractor
is responsible for storage and disposal.
**************************************************************************
Store of[ ionization smoke detectors][ and tritium exit signs] in
accordance with federal, state, and local laws and regulations.
SECTION 01 57 19.01 20
Page 37
1.8.2
Hawaii
1.8.3
Guam
1.8.4
Japan
][1.9
EUROPE
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Applicable environmental requirements such
as; erosion/sediment control, storm water, hazardous
waste, and solid waste may have unique state
regulations that exceed the requirements of Section
01 57 19 TEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS. Edit
this section to include these unique state
requirements for each state listed below.
**************************************************************************
**************************************************************************
NOTE: For each installation listed below, provide
the following:
1. Unique local requirements that exceed Section
requirements and state regulations.
2. Environmental Point of Contact information for
design review and base specific requirements.
3. For every installation in area of responsibility,
the FEC must identify the facility Hazardous Waste
Generator status as specified in paragraph Facility
Hazardous Waste Generator Status.
4. For each installation listed below, provide
specific requirements of the installation's
Environmental Management System (EMS) that relate to
construction operations. Identify those site
specific EMS actions that the Contractor must
perform under this contract.
**************************************************************************
Comply with the following regional and local requirements which supplement
Section 01 57 19 TEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS.
1.9.1
Italy
a.
Naval Air Station (NAS) Naples
b.
Naval Air Station (NAS) Sigonella
c.
Aviano (NAVFAC EURAFSWA)
1.9.2
a.
1.9.3
a.
Spain
Naval Station (NS) Rota
Greece
Naval Support Activity (NSA) Souda Bay
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]PART 2
PRODUCTS
Not Used
PART 3
EXECUTION
Not Used
3.1
NORTHWEST (Washington)
3.1.1
Protection of Natural Resources
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Include the following paragraphs as
applicable for the work.
**************************************************************************
[ Only native species for the local area are permitted for use.
] [Implement landscaping and construction operations in a manner that
prevents the spread of invasive species (for example, scotch broom,
knotweed, butterfly bush). ][Damaged trees must be appraised. Reimburse
the Government for the lost tree value based on current rates at the time
the damages occurred.]
3.1.1.1
Erosion and Sediment Control Measures
Polyacrylamide (PAM) must NOT be used as a BMP for erosion control.
Erosion control BMPs must be selected for the site to meet the requirements
of the WSDE SMM.
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Include the following text for work at NBK
Bremerton and NAVSTA Everett.
**************************************************************************
[ Use of straw or hay bales is prohibited.
]
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Include the following text for work at NBK
Bangor.
**************************************************************************
[ If straw is used as an erosion control BMP, it must be certified weed free.
]3.1.1.2
Erosion and Sediment Control Inspection Reports
**************************************************************************
NOTE: For sites disturbing less than one acre,
delete this paragraph and subparagraphs, which also
must be deleted in Section 01 57 19 TEMPORARY
ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS.
For sites disturbing 1 acre or more, include the
following paragraphs as clarifying direction.
When computing disturbed area, it is generally the
sum total of all areas disturbed by the project,
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including areas for stockpiling and batch plants,
and may not necessarily be contiguous.
**************************************************************************
The following clarifications and requirements supplement paragraph EROSION
AND SEDIMENT CONTROL INSPECTION REPORTS in Section 01 57 19 TEMPORARY
ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS.
3.1.1.3
Stormwater Notice of Intent for Construction Activities and Storm
Water Pollution Prevention Plan
Prepare a SWPPP in accordance with the requirements outlined in 77 FR 12286,
the Construction General Permit and the latest version of the Stormwater
Management Manual for Western Washington. The SWPPP must be completed and
approved prior to submitting the NOI.
3.1.1.3.1
Stormwater NOI
Upon Government approval of the SWPPP, submit a draft NOI for the
Construction General Permit to the Government for approval prior to EPA
submittal. The NOI must be approved by EPA prior to commencing
construction activities. Note that EPA imposes a mandatory wait of 14 days
after receiving the NOI. Only electronic submittals to EPA are
acceptable. The EPA website for completing an electronic NOI is:
http://water.epa.gov/polwaste/npdes/stormwater/.
3.1.1.3.2
Public Notice
Post a notice near the main entrance of the construction site with a copy
of the NOI, Contractor name, name and phone number of a local contact
person (Construction Manager's office), brief description of the project,
and the location of the SWPPP.
3.1.1.4
Stormwater NOT
Upon completion of construction, submit the NOT to the Government for
approval prior to submitting to the NOT to the EPA of coverage under the
Construction General Permit. Refer to electronic NOI webpage for
electronic submission of the NOT.
3.1.1.5
Stormwater Inspection Reports for General Permit
Submit Erosion and Sediment Control Inspection Reports for the project site
either weekly or every 14 calendar days and within 24 hours of a storm
event that produces 6 mm 0.25 inch of rain or greater. Meet all reporting
and certification requirements described in Section 4.1.7 of the
Construction General Permit.
3.1.1.6
Water Resources
[ For Project work near streams, lakes, wetlands, or other waterways,
maintain buffers as follows according to the Washington State Wetland
Rating System established in WAC-222-30-021:
Wetland Buffer Width
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Category of Wetland
Buffer Width
Category I
60 meter 200 feet
Category II
30 meter 100 feet
Category III
15 meter 50 feet
Category IV
9 meter 30 feet
Riparian Zone Buffer Widths
Category of Water Body
Buffer Width
Contains habitat for salmonids, game fish,
and other anadromous fish
45 meter 150 feet
Does not contain fish habitat
15 meter 50 feet
]
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Include the following for work at NBK
Bremerton.
**************************************************************************
[ Employ mandatory Bremerton Naval Complex BMPs under the facility's NPDES
permit. If the applicable BMPs are not effective in preventing the
discharge of pollutants, then select and employ additional BMPs.
][3.1.1.7
Stormwater Drainage and Construction Dewatering
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Include the following subparagraph for work
at NBK Bremerton.
**************************************************************************
Perform dewatering of excavation sites as specified in the
Groundwater/Stormwater Flow Chart. Coordinate requirements with Section
31 00 00 EARTHWORK FOR STRUCTURES AND PAVEMENTS, and Section 31 23 00.00 20
EXCAVATION AND FILL.
Submit a Storm Drain and Sanitary Sewer Discharge Approval form to obtain
approval before discharging uncontaminated water into storm drain.
]3.1.1.8
Groundwater
Construct, maintain, and decommission any wells and wellheads associated
with, or impacted by, the project in accordance with Washington State
Standards for Construction and Maintenance of Wells (WAC-173-160).
[3.1.1.9
Merchantable Timber
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Include this paragraph if trees or other
forest products are present in areas to be cleared
or disturbed, either temporarily or permanently
(e.g. geotechnical analysis, construction trailer
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placement, lay-down areas, stormwater ponds, road
construction/reconstruction, utility placement,
project implementation etc.)
**************************************************************************
Contact the Contracting Officer prior to site disturbance to request a
timber appraisal by a Navy Forester. Delineate the limits of clearing on
the ground in a manner that the boundary can be easily identified during
timber appraisal. Once delineation is complete, notify the Contracting
Officer and allow [30][_____] days for timber appraisal.
Merchantable forest products such as timber and firewood must be appraised
and payment received by the Government prior to disturbance or removal, in
accordance with COMNAVREGNWINST 11015.1, Forest Product Sales and Permit
Program. Purchase, through the Navy Forestry program, merchantable forest
products at a neutrally determined rate. Timber value and related expenses
are not reimbursable under any circumstance. Federal timber may not be
exported and timber excise tax is the responsibility of the purchaser.
][3.1.2
Historical and Archaeological Resources
**************************************************************************
NOTE: For NBK Bremerton and PSNS & IMF, use
archaeological probability map. Include this
paragraph as necessary for the project.
**************************************************************************
Excavation is in an area of [high][moderate] archaeological potential.
][3.1.3
Concrete Operations
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Include this subparagraph as applicable
**************************************************************************
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Include the following bracketed text for work
at NBK Bremerton.
**************************************************************************
[ Sawcutting and rinse water must be collected and managed as waste unless
the following conditions exist: Water can seep into permeable ground if
the quantity is less than 378 liter 100 gallons per day, is more than 9 m
50 feet away from a storm drain, open ditch, or receiving water, and the
ground is a future pour site and is not subject to surface water runoff.
For collected waste, allow sawcutting water to let solids settle. Check
the pH by the end of the shift in which the water was collected. For water
with a pH less than 11, immediately decant the water and discharge to the
sanitary sewer as specified on the [Waste Information Specification] [Waste
Information Sheet]. For water with a pH of greater than 11, manage as a
dangerous waste.
][3.1.3.1
Island]
Washing of Concrete Truck at [NBK Bremerton][Everett][Whidbey
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Include this paragraph for work at NBK
Bremerton, Everett, or Whidbey Island.
**************************************************************************
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point-of-contact for livestock management responsibility. Under no
circumstances will livestock be permitted to roam or be otherwise free
range.
3.2.2.2
Protection of Erodible Soils
Use endemic or regionally native and drought and heat-tolerant grass
species as specified by the Contracting Officer.
3.2.2.3
Control and Management of Solid Waste
Dispose of solid waste generated at locations as directed by the
Contracting Officer. Solid waste disposal service is available from other
on-Station Contractors on a cost-reimbursable basis. Refer to Section
00 73 01 SPECIAL CONDITIONS FOR GUANTANAMO BAY PROJECTS, for more
information.
3.2.2.3.1
Disposal of Solid Waste and Debris
Dispose of solid waste, debris, and metal containers in accordance with the
requirements specified herein.
3.2.2.3.1.1
Base Sanitary Landfill and Concrete Areas
Only authorized solid waste approved for deposit by the landfill attendant
or equipment operator may be dumped at a designated area in the Windward
Landfill. Prepare a Landfill Access Pass in accordance with 5090.4.
Deposit demolition material such as grading or excavated materials at the
designated area, provided such material does not contain segregated metals,
as directed by Landfill Attendant. Landfill hours of operation are Monday
through Saturday, 7:30 A.M. to 11:00 A.M., and 12:30 P.M. to 4:00 P.M.
3.2.2.3.2
Disposal of Rubbish and Debris
Haul rubbish and debris to the Government landfill (Windward Landfill) in
accordance with 5090.4, an approved Landfill Access Pass must be presented
prior to entry into the landfill.
3.2.2.3.2.1
Permitted Material in Landfill
A Landfill Access Pass must be obtained prior to transporting
asbestos-containing materials to the Asbestos Landfill in accordance with
5090.4. The Landfill Access Pass must be approved by Hazardous Waste
Facility personnel (Bldg. 850). Materials that may be deposited in the
landfill include the following:
CATEGORY
CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS DISPOSAL - BASE
SANITARY LANDFILL EXAMPLE/GENERAL
INFORMATION FOR DEPOSIT IN THE LANDFILL
Mixed Debris
The following materials may be placed in
the landfill in a location designated by
the landfill operator. These items may
be mixed together.
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Page 59
CATEGORY
CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS DISPOSAL - BASE
SANITARY LANDFILL EXAMPLE/GENERAL
INFORMATION FOR DEPOSIT IN THE LANDFILL
Gypsum board panels, plaster, glass
(broken).
Non-asbestos insulation-(bag fiberglass
and mineral wool).
Packing paper, Styrofoam, and pasteboard
boxes.
Painted wood such as doors, windows,
siding, and trim.
Plastic and fiberglass such as pipe,
electrical boxes, cover plates, and
similar.
Ceramic and vinyl flooring or tile,
ceiling tile.
Shingles
Non-asbestos roofing materials such as
shingles built-up and single roofing.
Masonry and Concrete
Deliver concrete, block, brick, mortar to
the landfill separate from any other
items, and place in a location designated
by the landfill operator.
Non-recyclable Wall Pallets
Deliver concrete, block, brick, mortar to
the landfill separate from any other
items, and place in a location designated
by the landfill operator.
Treated Lumber
Deliver treated wood, and such as piling
and power poles, to the landfill
separated from any other items and place
in locations as designated by the
Landfill Operator.
Fiberglass Tanks
Clean tanks before delivery to landfill.
208 liter55 Gallons or less are turned in
at recycling.
Asphalt Pavement
Deliver to Windward Landfill.
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CATEGORY
CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS DISPOSAL - BASE
SANITARY LANDFILL EXAMPLE/GENERAL
INFORMATION FOR DEPOSIT IN THE LANDFILL
Construction Debris
Separate each category of construction
debris at the construction site and
deliver separately to the landfill. Place
each category of construction debris in
the landfill at a location designated by
the Landfill Operator.
Asbestos
Place in designated area of the landfill.
Transport asbestos-containing materials
in covered vehicles, wetted, double
bagged, and properly marked and
documented. Obtain a Landfill Access Pass
at the Hazardous Waste Facility after the
load has been inspected.
Lead Based Paint and Materials
Dispose of building components and
materials removed that have lead-based
paint (LBP) at the construction waste
cell at the Landfill. Prior to disposal,
test a sample of these components for
lead. Dispose of abatement waste, such
as blast material, paint chips, paint
stripper scrapings, and similar, where
the LBP has been removed from a substrate
in approved drums and deliver material to
the Hazardous Waste Facility, Building
850, properly marked and documented for
proper analysis and potential disposal in
the United States at Contractor expense.
3.2.2.3.2.2
Metals Disposal
Metals will not be accepted at the landfill site. Dispose of metal
construction debris by obtaining a landfill pass at the Recycling Center,
Bldg. 1751. Recycling Center personnel will inspect metals and instruct
the driver to go to the landfill where the load will be weighed. If
material is not recyclable, a Landfill Access Pass will be issued in
accordance with 5090.4. Remove metals from each category before delivery
to the landfill, including tanks (for example: remove hardware from doors
and windows). Aluminum, brass, copper, lead, other metal, electrical
wiring, cable (cut in 1 meter 3 foot or less sections) must be taken to the
Recycling Center.
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3.2.2.4
Sewage
Dispose of sewage through connection to a station sanitary sewage system or
the Lizard Island treatment pump station as directed by the Contracting
Officer. Where such a system is not available, use chemical toilets or
comparable effective units and periodically empty waste into a pump station
designated by the Contracting Officer.
3.2.2.5
Control and Disposal of Hazardous Waste
Disposal of hazardous waste at the Windward Landfill and Concrete Fill Area
is prohibited.
3.2.2.5.1
Hazardous Waste Generation
Handle generated hazardous waste in accordance with the DOD 4715.05-G and
5090.1.
3.2.2.5.2
Hazardous Waste Disposal
Dispose of hazardous waste in accordance with federal and station
regulations, especially 40 CFR 260, 40 CFR 261, 40 CFR 262, 40 CFR 263,
40 CFR 264, 40 CFR 265, the DOD 4715.05-G and 5090.1. Do not bring
hazardous waste onto the Station. In accordance with 5090.1 turn in
hazardous waste for disposal to the Hazardous Waste Facility (Bldg. 850).
Obtain containers for hazardous waste or oily waste from Hazardous Waste
Facility. Containerize the waste. Waste in containers must meet DOT
shipping container requirements in accordance with 49 CFR 178. Package the
containers in accordance with 49 CFR 171 for waste. Knowingly mismanaging
or disposing of hazardous waste are grounds for immediate debarment and
administrative action.
3.2.2.5.3
Hazardous Waste Accumulation
Accumulate and manage hazardous waste in accordance with federal and
station regulations, 40 CFR 261, 40 CFR 262, DOD 4715.05-G, 5090.1, and
revisions. Properly identify, package, and label hazardous waste in
accordance with 49 CFR 172 and 5090.1 and turn it in for disposal to the
Hazardous Waste Facility (Bldg. 850). Obtain containers for hazardous
waste and used oil from the Hazardous Waste Facility. Containerize and
transport the waste to the Hazardous Waste Facility. If hazardous
materials are mismanaged so they become hazardous waste, or if a hazardous
waste is not managed properly and costs more for disposal because of
contamination, the Contractors' Special Deposit Account will be charged for
sampling, analysis, and disposal rates as specified or identified.
Itemized statements will be provided to the Contractor via the Contracting
Officer.
3.2.2.5.3.1
Site Storage
In accordance with 5090.1, store hazardous waste near the point of
generation up to a total quantity of 1 quart of acutely hazardous waste or
208 liter 55 gallons of hazardous waste. Move any volume exceeding these
quantities to an approved Hazardous Waste Storage area (from the approved
EPP) within 3 days. Prior to generating hazardous waste, contact the
Hazardous Waste Facility for labeling requirements for the accumulation of
hazardous waste. Accumulate hazardous waste (no longer than 90 days) in
containers in accordance with 49 CFR 178 and Station instructions.
Identify hazardous waste in accordance with 40 CFR 261, 40 CFR 262, and
SECTION 01 57 19.01 20
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[3.1.8.1
Waste Information Specification Form for NBK Bangor
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Include this paragraph for work at NBK Bangor.
**************************************************************************
For waste produced during the project, provide a completed "Side One" of
Naval Base Kitsap at Bangor form, via the Contracting Officer. Return the
Waste Information Specification form to the Naval Base Kitsap Environmental
Division, via the Contracting Officer. Follow the Originator Disposal
instructions provided on "Side Two" of the Waste Information Specification
form.
][3.1.8.2
Waste Information Sheet Form for Everett
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Include the following paragraph for work at
Everett.
**************************************************************************
Not less than 15 working days before removal of waste to locations off
Government property, submit a Waste Information Sheet for each unique
process that potentially generates recyclable material, solid waste (except
garbage), dangerous waste, sewage, sediment, asbestos, PCB, stormwater, and
wastewater generated onsite.
][3.1.8.3
Waste Information Sheet Form for NBK Bremerton
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Include this paragraph for work at NBK
Bremerton.
**************************************************************************
Within 1 working day after waste stream has been produced, submit a Waste
Information Sheet for each waste (except sanitary waste) generated on site
for designation by the Government. Submit a[ Waste Information
Specification][ Waste Information Sheet] for each waste stream anticipated
to be produced to the maximum extent possible for pre-designation of
waste. The Government will complete Section II and Section III of the
Waste Information Sheet.
][3.1.8.4
Island]
Waste Generation Record for[ Indian Island][ NBK Keyport][Whidbey
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Include this paragraph for work at Indian
Island, NBK Keyport, or Whidbey Island.
For NBK Keyport, choose "20" in brackets.
**************************************************************************
Not less than [15][20][_____] working days before removal of waste to
locations off Government property, submit a Waste Generation Record (WGR)
for each unique process that potentially generates recyclable material,
solid waste (except garbage), dangerous waste, sewage, sediment, asbestos,
PCB, stormwater, and wastewater generated on site.
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Include this paragraph for work at Indian
SECTION 01 57 19.01 20
Page 47
Island or NBK Keyport.
**************************************************************************
[ The Government will complete the portion entitled "ENVIRONMENTAL USE ONLY
BELOW THIS LINE."
]][3.1.8.5
Control of Waste Without Documented Waste Determination
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Include this subparagraph for work at
Everett, Indian Island, NBK Bremerton, NBK Keyport,
or Whidbey Island.
Choose this paragraph for Everett, Indian Island,
NBK Bremerton, or Whidbey Island.
**************************************************************************
Collect waste for which the Waste Determination Documentation has not been
completed; label "waste awaiting designation" or "WAD" to indicate that
analysis is pending. Accumulate and manage in an area that meets the
minimum criteria for satellite accumulation in accordance with WAC-173-303
and the Contract specifications[, except for the time and quantity
limitations].
Submit Waste Determination Documentation for each undesignated waste type
within one day of generation. Do not transport waste offsite prior to
designation by the Government.
]3.1.8.6
Laboratory Analysis
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Select the waste analysis responsibilities.
For work at NBK Bremerton: Select the first
paragraph by default and delete the second. For NBK
Bremerton projects generating large quantities of
waste, such as whole building demolition, delete the
first paragraph.
For work at all other locations, select the second
paragraph and delete the first.
**************************************************************************
[When analytical information is necessary to designate waste, the
Government will sample and test waste in accordance with WAC-173-303 and
EPA SW-846. ][When, at the sole discretion of the Government, laboratory
analytical information is necessary to designate waste, provide sampling
and analysis services in accordance with WAC-173-303 and EPA SW-846.]
Submit analytical results and reports to the Contracting Officer as part of
the Waste Determination Documentation.
3.1.9
Contractor Hazardous Material Inventory Log
In addition to the materials (for example, paints, lacquers, thinners,
adhesives, sealants, cleaners) required in the Contractor Hazardous
Material Inventory Log, include the following materials:
a.
If performing abrasive blasting operations, denote blast grit usage,
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blast nozzle throughput in tons, and blasting unit efficiency.
b.
If performing welding, denote welding rod usage and welding rod type
(for example, aluminum, carbon steel).
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Include this sentence for work at NBK
Bremerton.
**************************************************************************
[ Use local form, PSNS 5090/132 CHMI, in lieu of that specified in Section
01 57 19 TEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS.
][3.1.10
Hazardous Materials Prohibition
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Include this paragraph for work at Indian
Island, NBK Bangor, or NBK Keyport.
**************************************************************************
Products prohibited by the Government, which will not be approved for use,
include but are not limited to: leads, chromiums, mercury, phenols,
trichloroethylene, chlorofluorocarbons, halons, PCBs, asbestos, silica sand
(for use as blasting agent), Class I ODS as defined and identified herein,
radioactive materials or instruments capable of producing ionizing
radiation, and chemicals listed in 40 CFR 355.50, Appendix A. This
prohibition prevails over any other provision, specification, drawings, or
referenced documents. The Contracting Officer may consider exceptions to
the use of any of the above excluded materials upon written request by the
Contractor, and with Base Environmental Office approval.
][3.1.11
Solid Waste Management Report
**************************************************************************
NOTE: For bracketed items, choose "not required"
for work at Everett. Choose "Monthly Project Waste
Summary Report" for work at NBK Bremerton or Whidbey
Island or "Refuse and Recycle Quantity Form" for
work at Indian Island, NBK Bangor, or NBK Keyport.
Attach report or form as appropriate, located at
http://www.wbdg.org/ccb/NAVGRAPH/graphtoc.pdf and
choose "and attached" in brackets.
**************************************************************************
The Solid Waste Management Report is [not required.][known locally as the
Contractor's Monthly Project Waste Summary Report][known locally as the
Refuse and Recycle Quantity Form][ and attached.]
]3.1.12
Fuel Tanks
Provide and implement a SPCC plan if tanks and containers of oil will have
an aggregate aboveground capacity greater than 5,000 liters 1,320 gallons
(only containers with a capacity of 208 liters 55 gallons or greater are
counted). Do not bring underground storage tanks to this installation for
Contractor use during a project.
SECTION 01 57 19.01 20
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3.1.13
Releases and Spills of Oil and Hazardous Substances
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Choose applicable location.
**************************************************************************
In the event of an reportable release immediately notify the [PSNS & IMF
and NBK Bremerton Regional Dispatch Center, station phone 911, or (360)
476-3333 on outside lines or cellular phones][NAS Whidbey Fire Department
at (360) 257-3333][NBK Regional Dispatch Center, station phone 911, or
(360) 396-4444][Regional Dispatch Center, station phone 911, or (360)
396-4444][Everett Central Monitoring Dispatch Center at (425) 304-3333,
NAVSTA Everett phone 911][Hospital Communication Center at phone 4444
within the Hospital or (360) 475-4444][FISC Puget Sound, Fuel Department
Operator In Charge (OIC) at (360) 476-2135, ext. 232 for oil spills][Port
Hadlock Detachment Central Monitoring Dispatch Center at (360) 396-5333],
then notify the Contracting Officer.
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Include this item for work at Indian Island,
NBK Bangor, or NBK Keyport. Include phone numbers
for Indian Island.
**************************************************************************
[ Notify the Base Environmental Office[ at: (360) 396-5353, (360) 396-5394,
or (360)396-5221].
]
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Include this item for work at NBK Bangor.
**************************************************************************
[ The Government will respond to emergency spills. Follow incident commander
verbal instructions. Notify the Base Environmental Office of spills, and
reportable and non-reportable releases.
]3.1.14
Control and Management of Hazardous Waste
The following clarifications and requirements supplement paragraph CONTROL
AND MANAGEMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE in Section 01 57 19 TEMPORARY
ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS.
3.1.14.1
Facility Hazardous Waste Generator Status
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Choose appropriate location. Coordinate with
paragraph FACILITY HAZARDOUS WASTE GENERATOR
STATUS. Include this paragraph in this section, or
in Section 01 57 19 TEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTAL
CONTROLS, with name and status.
**************************************************************************
[ [Naval Base Kitsap, Bremerton][ PSNS & IMF][Naval Base Kitsap,
Bangor][Naval Station (NAVSTA), Everett] [Naval Magazine, Indian Island, WA
(NAVMAGII)][Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC), Keyport] [Naval Hospital
(NAVHOSP), Bremerton] [Naval Air Station, Whidbey Island (NASWI)] is a
fully regulated Large Quantity Generator.
][FISC Puget Sound, Manchester Fuel Department is a fully regulated medium
quantity generator.
SECTION 01 57 19.01 20
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]3.1.14.2
Hazardous Waste Management
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Use this paragraph for NBK Bremerton
projects, except for large projects generating large
quantities of dangerous waste. Coordinate with NBK
Bremerton.
**************************************************************************
[ Containers and labels will be supplied by the Government. Notify the
Contracting Officer 14 calendar days in advance for request of bulk
containers. Submit Waste Determination Documentation including an
estimated quantity of dangerous waste and the number of containers.
Accumulate in an approved satellite or 90-day accumulation area meeting the
requirements set forth in WAC-173-303. Contact the Contracting Officer no
more than 45 calendar days from the start date for 90-day accumulation
areas to arrange for transport. Accumulate bulk dangerous waste in a
90-day area. Turn in non-bulk dangerous waste from a 90-day area within 45
days of the start date.
]
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Choose this paragraph for projects at
Everett, NBK Keyport, or Whidbey Island. Choose for
large projects generating large quantities of
dangerous waste at NBK Bremerton and delete prior
paragraph.
**************************************************************************
[ Collect and dispose of dangerous waste in accordance with WAC-173-303.
Identify dangerous waste generated within the confines of the station by
the use of the station's EPA generator ID number. Submit a Dangerous Waste
Profile for each unique type of dangerous waste[ not less than [45] [20]
days from scheduled removal from Government property]. Profiles are to be
completed and signed by an EPA-permitted TSDF. The Government will approve
and co-sign profiles. Approval of each dangerous waste profile must be
complete before manifesting. Accumulate in an approved satellite or 90-day
accumulation area meeting the requirements set forth in WAC-173-303[ and
the Keyport "Hazardous Waste Site Manager/Alternate (Waste Generator)"
training module].
]
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Choose this item for projects at Everett, NBK
Bremerton, or NBK Keyport.
**************************************************************************
[ Labels will be supplied by the Government.
]
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Include this paragraph for projects at
Everett, NBK Bremerton, NBK Keyport, or Whidbey
Island.
**************************************************************************
[ Waste Determination Documentation must be submitted and dangerous waste
must be designated before removal from Government property.
Submit a copy of the applicable EPA and state permit(s), manifest(s), Land
Disposal Restriction (LDR) forms, and license(s) for transportation,
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treatment, storage, and disposal of hazardous and regulated waste by
permitted facilities. Dangerous waste manifests must be reviewed, signed,
and approved by the Government before the Contractor may ship waste. To
obtain specific disposal instructions, coordinate with the Activity
environmental office.[ Keyport: 360-396-2320 or 360-396-7991]
][3.1.14.3
Contractor-Generated Hazardous Waste
**************************************************************************
NOTE: Include this subparagraph for projects at NBK
Bangor or Indian Island.
**************************************************************************
Identify and turn in dangerous Contractor-Generated Hazardous Waste to the
Government as encountered waste. Follow all encountered waste procedures
in the paragraph titled "Encountered Waste" below.
][3.1.14.4
Encountered Waste
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NOTE: Include this subparagraph for projects at NBK
Bangor or Indian Island.
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Identify, minimize, segregate, contain, package, label and turn in
dangerous and industrial encountered waste to the Government in accordance
with the approved Environmental Protection Plan. Contractor-generated
dangerous or industrial waste must be disposed of by the Government at
Contractor's expense. On base disposal of Contractor generated waste is
prohibited.
Follow originator disposal instructions provided in NAVBASEKITSAPINST
5090.3(Series) and on side 2 of the [Waste Information Specification]
[Waste Information Sheet]. Package according to 49 CFR specifications and
attach a completed SUBASE Bangor Originator Label when instructed.
Properly stage and transfer encountered waste to a Government-approved
accumulation area within 7 miles of the project site. Transportation to
the Government site must be within 72 hours of generation. Provide the
Project Number on Crew/Code line of the Originator Label. Turning in
encountered waste to the Government, in accordance with [Waste Information
Specification][ Waste Information Sheet] instructions, is not considered
disposal.
][3.1.14.5
Certificate of Final Disposal (CFD)
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NOTE: Include this subparagraph for projects at
Whidbey Island.
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Within 10 working days
CFD to the Contracting
waste and any residues
The CFD includes, at a
a.
after final disposal of dangerous waste, submit the
Officer. Final disposal means disposal of dangerous
from the treatment of the waste prior to disposal.
minimum the following:
Waste Profile Sheet Number, Government Manifest Number, and Shipment
Date
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b.
Unit of Measure
c.
Quantity of Disposal
d.
Waste that required land disposal, including effluents from treatment
systems.
e.
Disposal facility's (Facilities') EPA ID number, name, location, and
phone. In addition, include the name, address, phone number, and EPA
ID number of each TSDF the waste was taken to for any intermediate
steps for final disposal.
f.
Disposal Method
g.
Date of Final Disposal
h.
Signature of the person responsible for adequate and appropriate
disposition of the waste
][3.1.14.6
Regulated Waste Storage, Satellite Accumulation, and 90-Day
Storage Areas
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NOTE: Include this subparagraph for work at Naval
Hospital, Bremerton.
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[ Accumulate waste in the Contractor's satellite accumulation area or the
Government's 90-Day accumulation area. Contractor-operated 90-Day
accumulation areas are prohibited at Naval Hospital, Bremerton.
]
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NOTE: Include these subparagraph for work at NBK
Bremerton.
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[ Prior to generating waste, submit an accumulation area registration form,
known locally as Contractor Request for 45/90-Day Hazardous Waste
Accumulation Certification/Recertification or Contractor Request for
Hazardous Waste Satellite Accumulation Area (SAA) Registration.
90-Day areas are known locally as 45/90 day areas and such waste must be
manifested prior to 45 days. Satellite accumulation over-water, such as on
piers and dry docks, is not authorized unless waste is accumulated with
secondary containment and is attended by a trained person. 90-Day areas
will not be authorized in dry docks, on piers, or on an over-water site.
Submit to the Contracting Officer once every 7 calendar days an
Accumulation Area Inspection Record meeting the requirements set forth in
WAC-173-303. Closure of 90-day areas require inspection and approval by
the Government.
]
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NOTE: Include this subparagraph for work at NBK
Keyport.
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[ Submit the Hazardous Waste Accumulation Area Registration Form as
instructed in the "Hazardous Waste Site Manager/Alternate (Waste
Generator)" training module. Attach Site Plan to the Request. Attach
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Waste Determination Documentation.
]][3.1.14.7
Vacuum Cleaners
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NOTE: Include this subparagraph for work at NBK
Bremerton.
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Container ID labeling requirements apply to vacuums used onsite. Vacuum
cleaners must be empty when they arrive at the BNC, and emptied into
approved containers in accordance this section. If a vacuum cleaner cannot
be emptied at the end of the shift, it must be managed as a hazardous waste
container and stored in a registered satellite accumulation area.
Hazardous waste container labeling and storage requirements of this section
apply to vacuum cleaners used for pickup and storage of hazardous waste.
][3.1.14.8
Dangerous Waste Turn-in
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NOTE: Select "turn-in" for NBK Bangor, NBK Keyport,
Indian Island, and most projects at NBK Bremerton.
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Turn in dangerous waste to the Government. The Government will arrange for
the transportation and disposal of dangerous waste.
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NOTE: Include this subparagraph for work at Indian
Island, NBK Bangor or NBK Keyport.
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[ Identify, minimize, segregate, label, and turn in dangerous waste to the
Government in accordance with the approved EPP.
]][3.1.14.9
Hazardous Waste Disposal
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NOTE: Select "Disposal" for Whidbey Island,
Everett, and Reserve Centers.
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Collect and dispose of dangerous waste in accordance with WAC-173-303.
Waste Determination Documentation must be submitted and all waste must be
designated before removal from Government property.
]3.1.14.10
Class I and Class II ODS Prohibition
Turn over to the Government Class I ODS reclaimed as part of this Contract,
upon the completion of the work covered by this Contract.
3.1.15
Noise
Conduct work in full compliance with WAC-173-60.
3.1.16
Drinking Water
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NOTE: Many Navy activities in Washington State,
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including, but not limited to, Whidbey Island, NBK
Bangor, NBK Keyport, MWR Pacific Beach, Naval Radio
Station (t) Jim Creek, NAVORDCEN Det Port Hadlock,
and NBK Bremerton are regulated as public water
system purveyors. Delete this paragraph if there is
no potable water system change, or the change is
listed as one of the exceptions in accordance with
WAC-246-290. For projects which involve applicable
construction, repair, or alteration of a drinking
water system, ensure the work is covered in the
activity's Water System Plan (WSP).
For Design-Build projects, choose the first sentence
in first paragraph; this sentence is tailored for
Design-Build. Include the Project Report in the
Design Build Requirements to accommodate this
evaluation.
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[3.1.16.1
Project Report
[Submit a Project Report, in accordance with WAC-246-290-110(2). ][This
project includes work on a potable water[ treatment,][ storage,][ and][
distribution] system that is regulated by WAC-246-290.][ The design
specifications have been reviewed and approved by the Washington State
Department of Health.][ The design specifications conform to the
activity's approved Water System Plan.][ Do not use any materials of
construction or construction practices that deviate from the approved water
system design.]
][3.1.16.2
Public Works Department Permit
Obtain permit from the Public Works Department prior to any connections or
changes to the potable drinking water system, or access to fire hydrants.
Do not access any part of the potable water system (including fire
hydrants) without obtaining a connection permit from the Government.
Connections or work pertaining to the potable water system as part of the
Contract must be in accordance with the instructions specified in the
connection permit and in compliance with state and federal regulations.
Submit an Inspection Report to the Government for acceptance. Include the
most recent annual calibration inspection report for the test assembly to
be used.
][3.1.16.3
Project Completion Report
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NOTE:
If the project is not identified in the
Water System Plan and is not exempted according to
WAC-246-290-125, the construction manager shall
submit a Project Completion Report to the Washington
Department of Health within 60 days after completion
of the project.
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Within 15 days after completion of an approved water system project, submit
a Project Completion Report in accordance with WAC-246-290-120(5). The
report must be signed by a Washington State-registered professional
engineer. This report is required for new construction on exterior
building potable water system components. Any significant changes from the
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approved water system design must receive prior approval of the Contracting
Officer and written approval from the Department of Health in accordance
with WAC-246-290-120 prior to use.
][3.1.16.4
Disinfection of Water System Components
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NOTE: Include this paragraph for work at NBK
Bremerton when Section 33 11 00 WATER DISTRIBUTION
is used.
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Disinfect water system in accordance with paragraph DISINFECTION in Section
33 11 00 WATER DISTRIBUTION.
][3.1.17
Contractor's Operation and Maintenance (O&M) Plan
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NOTE: For Indian Island, choose ORCAA. For Whidbey
Island, choose NWCAA. For Everett and all Kitsap
locations, choose PSCAA. For additional
information, see
http://www.ecy.wa.gov/programs/air/local.html/
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Prior to using the types of air contaminant-generating equipment defined in
[PSCAA Regulation][ORCAA Regulation][NWCAA Regulation], develop and submit
a Contractor's Operation and Maintenance (O & M) Plan. Maintain the O & M
Plan and any associated records on site for the duration of the project.
Be prepared to provide these records for review, within 30 minutes, when
requested by regulatory agencies or the Contracting Officer. The O&M Plan
must contain at a minimum the following elements:
a.
Maintain equipment in good working order.
recommendations, at a minimum.
b.
Maintain records of any repairs made, including records of preventive
maintenance and chemicals used, including SDSs.
c.
Inspect periodically, including, but not limited to, evidence of
fugitive emissions. If fugitive emissions are found, determine whether
reasonable precautions are being taken to minimize such emissions. List
requirements to repair the equipment or shut down operations, when
reasonable precautions are not being taken to minimize fugitive
emissions or unreasonable odors.
d.
Ensure deficiencies are promptly repaired. Secure operation of such
equipment if immediate repairs are not feasible.
e.
List any requirements noted under "Conditions" on the Order of Approval
for the equipment.
f.
Generate records that list any actions (for example, inspections,
maintenance, shut down) that have been taken or completed, including
the location, date, time, and name of person(s) completing the actions.
Records may be maintained in the form of a logbook. Submit Operation
and Maintenance Records at Contract completion.
g.
Maintain records of operating permit(s) and related permit compliance
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records.
]3.1.18
Emission Standards
Opacity from Contractor equipment and operations must be in compliance with
[PSCAA Regulation I, Section 9.03] [_____] including but not limited to
Visual Emissions (Opacity), Odor, Fugitive Dust, Spray Coating, Crushing,
and Maintenance of Equipment.
3.1.18.1
Volatile Organic Compound Emission Control
Do not leave containers of paint, epoxy, or solvent open to the atmosphere
unless they are being used. Secure containers at the end of each shift. Do
not use evaporation as a means of minimizing or disposing of hazardous
waste.
3.2
SOUTHEAST
3.2.1
Florida
[3.2.1.1
Laboratory Analysis
Test soil and groundwater that will be disposed under this Contract in
accordance with the paragraph Laboratory Analysis in Section 01 57 19
TEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS.
]3.2.1.2
Waste Storage/Satellite Accumulation
For Hazardous Waste accumulation areas, submit weekly hazardous waste
inspection logs to the Station Hazardous Waste Manager via the Contracting
Officer and maintain compliance with 40 CFR 265.16 personnel training
requirements. Ensure containers are kept closed (except when adding or
removing waste) and that containers remain in good condition and are
properly labeled by PWC Jacksonville or the Station. Store Regulated waste
for up to 190 day.
3.2.1.3
3.2.1.3.1
Control and Management of Hazardous Waste
Universal Waste
Dispose of lead-acid batteries that are not damaged or leaking at the NAS
Jacksonville MWR Recycling Center or at a state-approved battery-recycling
facility. For lead-acid batteries that are leaking or have cracked
casings, dispose of the battery by calling PWC Jacksonville for disposal.
Collect and segregate alkaline batteries, non-alkaline batteries, lithium
batteries, metal hydride batteries, and nickel-cadmium batteries by type
for turn-in to the activity for disposal or recycling.
3.2.1.3.2
Mercury Containing Materials
Prior to starting work, remove bulbs, thermostats, switches, and other
components that contain mercury. Upon removal, place items containing
mercury in DOT approved containers, label, and turn over to the activity
for disposal or recycling. For projects at NAS Jacksonville, fluorescent
bulbs are to be turned in to Self-Help for recycling. For projects at
Naval Aviation Depot and Naval Hospital Jacksonville, turn in fluorescent
bulbs in to the appropriate environmental office as directed by the
Contracting Officer. Bulbs must be boxed, stenciled with the words "spent
mercury-containing devices for recycling", and marked with the date of
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accumulation.
3.2.1.3.3
Aerosol Cans Management and Disposal
Do not dispose of aerosol cans as solid waste or construction and
demolition debris. Collect aerosol cans and segregate from other waste in
a suitable container on site. Label the container "aerosol cans for
recycling" and turn it in to the General HM Locker at Building 102.
3.2.1.3.4
Disposal of Regulated Waste
In accordance with Station requirements, accumulate regulated waste in
DOT-approved containers. Ensure containers remain closed except when
adding or removing waste and they are marked with the appropriate
Non-hazardous Waste Label, which will be provided by PWC Jacksonville or
the Station. Air-drying any containers to render them empty is
prohibited. Dispose of regulated waste, except for asbestos and
petroleum-contaminated waste, through PWC Jacksonville and do not take them
off Station. Pay disposal costs in accordance with PWC Jacksonville's
published rates.
3.2.1.3.5
Disposal of Petroleum Contaminated Waste
Provide the completed Non-hazardous Waste Manifest for offsite disposal of
petroleum-contaminated waste to the Contracting Officer within 7 days of
disposal.
3.2.1.4
Dumpsters
Equip dumpsters with a secure cover and paint the standard installation
color. Keep dumpster covers closed, except when being loaded with trash
and debris. Locate dumpsters behind the construction fence or out of the
public view. Empty site dumpsters at least once a week, or as needed to
keep the site free of debris and trash. If necessary, provide 208 liter
(55 gallon) trash containers painted the darker installation color to
collect debris in the construction site area. Locate the trash containers
behind the construction fence or out of the public view. Empty trash
containers at least once a day. For large demolitions, large dumpsters
without lids are acceptable, but should not have debris higher than the
sides before emptying.
3.2.2
3.2.2.1
Cuba
Fish and Wildlife Resources
Ensure compliance, including off-duty hours with 1710.10. Ensure employees
comply with prohibitions on feeding and raising indigenous wildlife and
feral animals during working and non-working hours. Specifically, direct
or indirect feeding of iguanas resulting in the domestication or
semi-domestication of these animals is strictly prohibited. Further,
direct or indirect feeding of feral chickens, cats, dogs, goats, or other
feral domestic animals is strictly prohibited. Prohibitions of this
section apply to living and working areas. Recognizing that many foreign
national personnel use chickens as livestock, request provisions from the
Contracting Officer to allow employees to raise chickens as livestock, if
necessary. Accompany any such request with a Livestock Management Plan
addressing construction and maintenance of pens to confine the animals,
provisions for feeding and watering the animals, pen and surrounding area
sanitation, limits on numbers of animals to be raised, and a
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point-of-contact for livestock management responsibility. Under no
circumstances will livestock be permitted to roam or be otherwise free
range.
3.2.2.2
Protection of Erodible Soils
Use endemic or regionally native and drought and heat-tolerant grass
species as specified by the Contracting Officer.
3.2.2.3
Control and Management of Solid Waste
Dispose of solid waste generated at locations as directed by the
Contracting Officer. Solid waste disposal service is available from other
on-Station Contractors on a cost-reimbursable basis. Refer to Section
00 73 01 SPECIAL CONDITIONS FOR GUANTANAMO BAY PROJECTS, for more
information.
3.2.2.3.1
Disposal of Solid Waste and Debris
Dispose of solid waste, debris, and metal containers in accordance with the
requirements specified herein.
3.2.2.3.1.1
Base Sanitary Landfill and Concrete Areas
Only authorized solid waste approved for deposit by the landfill attendant
or equipment operator may be dumped at a designated area in the Windward
Landfill. Prepare a Landfill Access Pass in accordance with 5090.4.
Deposit demolition material such as grading or excavated materials at the
designated area, provided such material does not contain segregated metals,
as directed by Landfill Attendant. Landfill hours of operation are Monday
through Saturday, 7:30 A.M. to 11:00 A.M., and 12:30 P.M. to 4:00 P.M.
3.2.2.3.2
Disposal of Rubbish and Debris
Haul rubbish and debris to the Government landfill (Windward Landfill) in
accordance with 5090.4, an approved Landfill Access Pass must be presented
prior to entry into the landfill.
3.2.2.3.2.1
Permitted Material in Landfill
A Landfill Access Pass must be obtained prior to transporting
asbestos-containing materials to the Asbestos Landfill in accordance with
5090.4. The Landfill Access Pass must be approved by Hazardous Waste
Facility personnel (Bldg. 850). Materials that may be deposited in the
landfill include the following:
CATEGORY
CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS DISPOSAL - BASE
SANITARY LANDFILL EXAMPLE/GENERAL
INFORMATION FOR DEPOSIT IN THE LANDFILL
Mixed Debris
The following materials may be placed in
the landfill in a location designated by
the landfill operator. These items may
be mixed together.
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CATEGORY
CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS DISPOSAL - BASE
SANITARY LANDFILL EXAMPLE/GENERAL
INFORMATION FOR DEPOSIT IN THE LANDFILL
Gypsum board panels, plaster, glass
(broken).
Non-asbestos insulation-(bag fiberglass
and mineral wool).
Packing paper, Styrofoam, and pasteboard
boxes.
Painted wood such as doors, windows,
siding, and trim.
Plastic and fiberglass such as pipe,
electrical boxes, cover plates, and
similar.
Ceramic and vinyl flooring or tile,
ceiling tile.
Shingles
Non-asbestos roofing materials such as
shingles built-up and single roofing.
Masonry and Concrete
Deliver concrete, block, brick, mortar to
the landfill separate from any other
items, and place in a location designated
by the landfill operator.
Non-recyclable Wall Pallets
Deliver concrete, block, brick, mortar to
the landfill separate from any other
items, and place in a location designated
by the landfill operator.
Treated Lumber
Deliver treated wood, and such as piling
and power poles, to the landfill
separated from any other items and place
in locations as designated by the
Landfill Operator.
Fiberglass Tanks
Clean tanks before delivery to landfill.
208 liter55 Gallons or less are turned in
at recycling.
Asphalt Pavement
Deliver to Windward Landfill.
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CATEGORY
CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS DISPOSAL - BASE
SANITARY LANDFILL EXAMPLE/GENERAL
INFORMATION FOR DEPOSIT IN THE LANDFILL
Construction Debris
Separate each category of construction
debris at the construction site and
deliver separately to the landfill. Place
each category of construction debris in
the landfill at a location designated by
the Landfill Operator.
Asbestos
Place in designated area of the landfill.
Transport asbestos-containing materials
in covered vehicles, wetted, double
bagged, and properly marked and
documented. Obtain a Landfill Access Pass
at the Hazardous Waste Facility after the
load has been inspected.
Lead Based Paint and Materials
Dispose of building components and
materials removed that have lead-based
paint (LBP) at the construction waste
cell at the Landfill. Prior to disposal,
test a sample of these components for
lead. Dispose of abatement waste, such
as blast material, paint chips, paint
stripper scrapings, and similar, where
the LBP has been removed from a substrate
in approved drums and deliver material to
the Hazardous Waste Facility, Building
850, properly marked and documented for
proper analysis and potential disposal in
the United States at Contractor expense.
3.2.2.3.2.2
Metals Disposal
Metals will not be accepted at the landfill site. Dispose of metal
construction debris by obtaining a landfill pass at the Recycling Center,
Bldg. 1751. Recycling Center personnel will inspect metals and instruct
the driver to go to the landfill where the load will be weighed. If
material is not recyclable, a Landfill Access Pass will be issued in
accordance with 5090.4. Remove metals from each category before delivery
to the landfill, including tanks (for example: remove hardware from doors
and windows). Aluminum, brass, copper, lead, other metal, electrical
wiring, cable (cut in 1 meter 3 foot or less sections) must be taken to the
Recycling Center.
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3.2.2.4
Sewage
Dispose of sewage through connection to a station sanitary sewage system or
the Lizard Island treatment pump station as directed by the Contracting
Officer. Where such a system is not available, use chemical toilets or
comparable effective units and periodically empty waste into a pump station
designated by the Contracting Officer.
3.2.2.5
Control and Disposal of Hazardous Waste
Disposal of hazardous waste at the Windward Landfill and Concrete Fill Area
is prohibited.
3.2.2.5.1
Hazardous Waste Generation
Handle generated hazardous waste in accordance with the DOD 4715.05-G and
5090.1.
3.2.2.5.2
Hazardous Waste Disposal
Dispose of hazardous waste in accordance with federal and station
regulations, especially 40 CFR 260, 40 CFR 261, 40 CFR 262, 40 CFR 263,
40 CFR 264, 40 CFR 265, the DOD 4715.05-G and 5090.1. Do not bring
hazardous waste onto the Station. In accordance with 5090.1 turn in
hazardous waste for disposal to the Hazardous Waste Facility (Bldg. 850).
Obtain containers for hazardous waste or oily waste from Hazardous Waste
Facility. Containerize the waste. Waste in containers must meet DOT
shipping container requirements in accordance with 49 CFR 178. Package the
containers in accordance with 49 CFR 171 for waste. Knowingly mismanaging
or disposing of hazardous waste are grounds for immediate debarment and
administrative action.
3.2.2.5.3
Hazardous Waste Accumulation
Accumulate and manage hazardous waste in accordance with federal and
station regulations, 40 CFR 261, 40 CFR 262, DOD 4715.05-G, 5090.1, and
revisions. Properly identify, package, and label hazardous waste in
accordance with 49 CFR 172 and 5090.1 and turn it in for disposal to the
Hazardous Waste Facility (Bldg. 850). Obtain containers for hazardous
waste and used oil from the Hazardous Waste Facility. Containerize and
transport the waste to the Hazardous Waste Facility. If hazardous
materials are mismanaged so they become hazardous waste, or if a hazardous
waste is not managed properly and costs more for disposal because of
contamination, the Contractors' Special Deposit Account will be charged for
sampling, analysis, and disposal rates as specified or identified.
Itemized statements will be provided to the Contractor via the Contracting
Officer.
3.2.2.5.3.1
Site Storage
In accordance with 5090.1, store hazardous waste near the point of
generation up to a total quantity of 1 quart of acutely hazardous waste or
208 liter 55 gallons of hazardous waste. Move any volume exceeding these
quantities to an approved Hazardous Waste Storage area (from the approved
EPP) within 3 days. Prior to generating hazardous waste, contact the
Hazardous Waste Facility for labeling requirements for the accumulation of
hazardous waste. Accumulate hazardous waste (no longer than 90 days) in
containers in accordance with 49 CFR 178 and Station instructions.
Identify hazardous waste in accordance with 40 CFR 261, 40 CFR 262, and
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Station instructions. Ensure hazardous waste is properly labeled and
segregated. Every effort must be made to ensure used oil is not
contaminated. Used oil generated must be containerized and delivered to
the Hazardous Waste Facility (Bldg. 850) for disposal.
3.2.2.5.3.2
Turn-In
Hazardous waste must be turned into the Hazardous Waste Facility for
shipment or disposal off Station. At the conclusion of the project, turn
in all unused hazardous materials to the Consolidated Hazardous Material
Reutilization and Inventory Management Program for reuse. Exceptions to
this will be hold back of minor amounts for possible warranty work.
Properly dispose of waste generated from a project at the conclusion of
each task order or project.
3.2.2.5.4
Spills of Oil and Hazardous Materials
Package, transport, and dispose of contaminated material, equipment, and
clothing generated during the spill cleanup procedures, which must be at no
additional cost to the Government in accordance with 5090.1 and 5090.7.
Provide SDSs to the Contracting Officer to ensure material is properly
identified for disposal, or reimburse the Government for analytical data
(to include labor and costs of analysis) should data be required to
properly identify the waste. Transport packaged waste to the Hazardous
Waste Facility (Bldg. 850).
Complete the spill report provided in 5090.7 and submit it to the
Contracting Officer within 24 hours of spill occurrence. Contractor's
special deposit account will be charged for disposal of spilled material
and associated waste.
3.2.2.5.5
Oily and Hazardous Substances
Limit the storage of fuels, lubricants, solvents, paints, and hazardous
substances to a total of less than 1040 liter 275 gallons onsite unless
preapproved by the Government.
3.2.2.5.6
Lead-Acid Batteries
Dispose of lead-acid batteries that are not damaged or leaking at the Base
Recycling Center. For lead-acid batteries that are leaking or have cracked
casings, dispose of battery at the Hazardous Waste Facility (Bldg. 850).
3.2.2.5.7
Mercury Controls
Prior to starting work, remove thermostats, switches, and other components
that contain mercury. Prior to removal, obtain proper containers from the
Hazardous Waste Facility (Bldg. 850).
3.2.2.5.8
Petroleum Products
Dispose of petroleum products and oily water at the Hazardous Waste
Facility (Bldg. 850).
3.2.2.5.9
Class I and Class II Ozone Depleting Substances (ODS)
Transfer ODS and other refrigerants to DOT-approved recovery cylinders.
Properly label and deliver to the Hazardous Waste Facility (Bldg. 850) at
the conclusion of the Task Order or project. Do not mix different
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refrigerants in the same cylinder.
Certified technicians must perform refrigerant work using EPA-approved
recovery equipment. Releases of ODS or refrigerants to the atmosphere is
strictly prohibited.
3.2.2.5.10
Vegetation
Remove trees and other landscape features scarred or damaged by equipment
operations, and replace with equivalent, undamaged trees and landscape
features. Obtain Contracting Officer's approval before replacement.
Replace trees on a one-to-one basis. Use Regionally native plants as
specified by the station Integrated Natural Resources Management Plan
(INRMP) as replacement landscape features.
3.2.2.5.11
Contract Completion and Close-Out
At project completion, remove any hazardous material brought onto the
Station. Account for the quantity of hazardous material brought to the
station, the quantity used or expended during job, and the leftover
quantity that (1) may have additional useful life as a hazardous material
and must be removed by the Contractor, or (2) may be a hazardous waste,
which must then be removed as specified herein.
The sale of any hazardous
material to other Contractors (or Base entity) must be specifically
approved in writing by the Contracting Officer prior to the sale.
Laydown areas, vehicle storage and repair facilities, and similar that were
Contractor operated and controlled must be returned to a condition similar
to the time of the contract award. This includes the removal of break
shacks, kitchens, gardens, and similar.
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