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1 SPILL PREVENTION CONTROL AND COUNTERMEASURE (SPCC) Plan The School District of Palm Beach County West Transportation Facility 1901 MW 16 th Street Belle Glade, FL July 1, 2004 Job No

2 Facility Introduction, Spill Equipment Facility Bulk TABLE OF CONTENTS Section 1 One Information 112.7(a) Name And Address Of Facility And Operator Location Type Of Facility Name And Address Of Owner Management Approval Certification Section 2 Two Purpose And Scope 112.7(a) Introduction Purpose Scope SPCC Plan Review And Amendment Requirements SPCC Plan Review And Amendment Documentation Operations Description Storage Facilities Office Building Satellite Buildings Section 3 Three Events (a) Spill History Spill Reporting Procedures SPCC Plan Procedures Response Actions Post Spill Response Equipment Inspection Section 4 Four Section 5 Six Failure (b) Drainage (b) Drainage From Diked Storage Areas Flapper-Type Drain Valves Drainage From Undiked Areas Diversion Systems Natural Hydraulic Flow Section 6 Seven Storage Tanks (c) Tank Construction Secondary Containment Drainage Of Rainwater Buried Metallic Storage Tanks Partially Buried Metallic Storage Tanks SPCC Plan i PBC West Transportation Facility

3 Facility Facility Inspections Security Personnel TABLE OF CONTENTS 6.6 Aboveground Tanks Internal Heating Coils Liquid Level Sensing Devices Effluent Discharge Visible Petroleum Leaks Mobile Petroleum Storage Tanks Section 7 Eight Transfer Operations (d) Buried Piping Installations Idle Pipelines Pipe Supports Aboveground Pipelines Vehicular Traffic Section 8 Nine Tank Loading/Unloading Area (h) Loading/Unloading Procedures Spill Containment System Warning Devices Drain Examination Section 9 Ten And Records (e) Inspections And Records Section 10 Eleven (g) Fences Valve Locks Starter Control Locks Loading/Unloading Connections Facility Lighting Section 11 Twelve Training And Spill Prevention Procedures (f) Personnel Training Supervision Spill Prevention Briefings SPCC Plan ii PBC West Transportation Facility

4 TABLE OF CONTENTS List of Tables Table 3-1 Table 3-2 List of Figures Figure 1 Figure 2 Emergency Contacts Spill Response Procedures Site Vicinity Map Site Map List of Appendices Appendix A Five-Year SPCC Plan Review Appendix B Spill Report Forms Appendix C Annual Tank and Dispensing Equipment Checklist Appendix D Notice To All Cargo Tank Truck Personnel Appendix E Monthly Inspection Checklist Appendix F Certification of the Applicability of the Substantial Harm Criteria Appendix G Personnel Training Record SPCC Plan iii PBC West Transportation Facility

5 SECTIONONE Introduction, Purpose and Scope 1.1 NAME AND ADDRESS OF FACILITY AND OPERATOR The School District of Palm Beach County (PBC) West Transportation Facility 1901 NW 16 th Street Belle Glade, FL LOCATION The facility is located in a rural area at 1901 NW 16 th Street,. The site location is shown on Figure 1. The PBC School District West Transportation Facility is situated on approximately 147,400 square feet (ft 2 ) of land, or approximately 3.4 acres set back approximately 385 feet east of NW 16 th street, and approximately 1.7 miles south of the intersection of NW 16 th Street and State Route TYPE OF FACILITY The PBC West Transportation Facility is a maintenance, refueling and parking facility for Palm Beach County School transportation vehicles, which are primarily school buses. The property consists of the following: 1. A 9,840 ft 2 maintenance shop located in the northern portion of the property. The building is divided in half by a concrete wall partition. The east portion of the facility consists of four bus/automotive maintenance bays, one in-floor and one aboveground hydraulic lift, offices, and a storage loft. The west portion of the building consists of two bays, a material and parts storage area, a recreational/lunch area, and a loft. The storage loft in the east portion of the building houses two (2) 235-gallon motor oil aboveground storage tanks (ASTs), three (3) 33-gallon steel drums containing grease and one (1) 55-gallon drum containing automatic transmission fluid (ATF). Externally at the northeast corner of the building is a 500-gallon AST containing waste oil. 2. A large parking lot, of approximately 3 acres in size, is located to the north, south, and east of the maintenance shop, 3. A two-lane facility fuel dispenser island with a 500 ft 2 canopy is located to the south of the maintenance building. 4. The facility also has an approximately 500 ft 2 one-story, concrete block building, with an attached open-air, canopied cafeteria of approximately 1,300 ft 2, located approximately 25 feet from the northwest corner of the maintenance building, 1.4 NAME AND ADDRESS OF OWNER The School District of Palm Beach County 1400 North Florida Mango Road, West Palm Beach, Florida Telephone: (561) SPCC Plan 1-1 PBC West Transportation Facility

6 SECTIONONE Introduction, Purpose and Scope 1.5 MANAGEMENT APPROVAL This SPCC Plan is fully supported by the School District of Palm Beach County, and the School District of Palm Beach County West Transportation Facility. The School District of Palm Beach County, and the Palm Beach County West Transportation Facility will implement this Plan as herein described. Signature Date Name Title SPCC Plan 1-2 PBC West Transportation Facility

7 SECTIONONE Introduction, Purpose and Scope 1.6 CERTIFICATION I hereby certify that the facility was examined under my direct supervision and, being familiar with the provisions of 40 CFR Part 112, attest that this SPCC Plan has been prepared in accordance with good engineering practices. Andrew Schechter, P.E. Printed Name of Registered Professional Engineer Signature of Registered Professional Engineer Date Registration No. State Florida SPCC Plan 1-3 PBC West Transportation Facility

8 SECTIONTWO Introduction, Purpose And Scope 2.1 INTRODUCTION This Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plan is prepared in accordance with the regulations of Title 40 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 112 for the PBC West Transportation Facility located in. The SPCC Plan is designed to complement existing laws, regulations, rules, standards, policies, and procedures pertaining to safety standards and environmental rules to minimize the potential for petroleum discharges. The SPCC Plan is required for owners and operators of non-transportation related onshore facilities engaged in storing, transferring, distributing or consuming petroleum and petroleum products, and which, due to their location, could reasonably be expected to discharge petroleum in harmful quantities into or upon navigable waters of the United States, their tributaries, or adjoining shorelines. A navigable waterway is considered to be most streams, rivers, wetlands and some lakes and ponds. 2.2 PURPOSE The purpose of the SPCC Plan is to establish procedures, methods, equipment and other measures to prevent the discharge of petroleum into or upon the navigable waters per 40 CFR Part 112. While the SPCC Plan is intended to identify and take preventive measures of foreseeable potential releases of petroleum to navigable waters, not every potential situation can be foreseen. 2.3 SCOPE This SPCC Plan is specifically written to address operations at the PBC West Transportation Facility in Belle Glade, FL. Operations are discussed in Section 2.6. Implementation of this SPCC Plan will be the responsibility of the Palm Beach County School District, and the Palm Beach County West Transportation Facility operator. 2.4 SPCC PLAN REVIEW AND AMENDMENT REQUIREMENTS The SPCC Plan will be amended whenever there is a change in facility design, construction, operation, or maintenance, which materially affects the potential for discharge of petroleum into or upon navigable waters. An amendment may be needed if there is a spill of petroleum on site. Such amendments shall be incorporated as soon as possible, but not later than six months after such change occurs. Notwithstanding the above paragraph, a review and evaluation of the SPCC Plan shall be completed at least once every five years. As a result of this review and evaluation, the plan shall be amended to include more effective prevention and control technology as required. Anytime a facility change or review and evaluation results in the need for SPCC Plan amendments, the SPCC Plan shall be re-certified by a Professional Engineer in accordance with 40 CFR Part 112.3(d). Administration amendments such as changes to the notification list, personnel changes, and revised specific spill equipment lists do not require a re-certification by a Professional Engineer. SPCC Plan 2-1 PBC West Transportation Facility

9 SECTIONTWO Introduction, Purpose And Scope 2.5 SPCC PLAN REVIEW AND AMENDMENT DOCUMENTATION Each review or amendment to the SPCC Plan will be documented in the SPCC Plan Review (Appendix A). Documentation shall include a summary of the review or amendment, the number, date and plan sections affected by the review or amendment, and the name and signature of the person completing the review or amendment. 2.6 OPERATIONS DESCRIPTION The West Transportation Facility includes a 9,840 ft 2 maintenance building with four bus/automotive maintenance bays located in the northern portion of the property. The building consists of, one in-floor and one aboveground bus hydraulic lift, offices, two storage lofts above the offices, a parts and material storage area, and a break / lunch area. One-storage loft houses two (2) 235-gallon ASTs containing new motor oil, three (3) 33-gallon drums containing grease, and one (1) 55-gallon drum of ATF. The tanks and drums are pressure-connected into the maintenance building overhead petroleum product delivery system. Externally at the northeast corner of the building is a 500-gallon AST that is used to store waste oil. South of the facility, is a 500 ft 2 canopy covering a two-lane facility dispenser island. The facility diesel and gasoline underground storage tanks (USTs) are located approximately 90 feet to the west of the canopy and the fuel dispenser island. Located at the northwest corner of the maintenance building is an approximately 500 ft 2 onestory, concrete block building, with an attached open-air, canopied cafeteria of approximately 1,300 ft 2. The remainder of the facility consists of a large parking lot, of approximately 3 acres to the north, south and east of the maintenance building. Currently, the facility is being utilized as a Palm Beach County School District vehicle maintenance and refueling facility. Figure 2 shows the features of the facility. The following subsections describe operations at the facility Storage Facilities The Palm Beach County School District West Transportation facility has the following petroleum storage containers: Aboveground Storage 500 Gallon Double- Wall Steel/ Concrete AST Quantity Content Location 1 Waste Oil Externally, Northeast Corner of the Maintenance Building SPCC Plan 2-2 PBC West Transportation Facility

10 SECTIONTWO Introduction, Purpose And Scope 235 Gallon Steel AST 2 New Motor Oil East-side Storage Loft, Maintenance Building 200 Gallon Steel Hydraulic Tank 1 Hydraulic Oil Northwest Bay of Maintenance Building 55 Gallon Steel Drum 1 New Automatic Transmission Fluid Maintenance Building 55 Gallon Steel Drum 1 Hydraulic Oil Maintenance Building 55 Gallon Steel Drum 1 Lube Oil Maintenance Building 55 Gallon Steel Drum (mobile) 2 Waste Oil Maintenance Building 33 Gallon Steel Drum 3 Grease East-side Storage Loft, Maintenance Building 10 Gallon Steel Hydraulic Tank-Used Oil Filter Crusher 5 Gallon Hydraulic Tank Attached Underground Storage Tanks 10,000 Gallon Fiberglass Coated Double Wall Steel 10,000 Gallon Fiberglass Coated Double Wall Steel 1 Hydraulic Oil Maintenance Building 1 Hydraulic Oil Maintenance Building Quantity Content Location 2 Diesel Externally Southwest Corner of the Maintenance Building 1 Unleaded Gasoline Externally Southwest Corner of the Maintenance Building Office/Main Buildings The West Transportation Facility main building consists of an approximately 9,840 ft 2 two-story, metal and concrete maintenance building, constructed on a concrete slab Satellite Buildings There is also a two-lane dispenser island with a 500 ft 2 canopy located directly south of the maintenance building. SPCC Plan 2-3 PBC West Transportation Facility

11 SECTIONTWO Introduction, Purpose And Scope The facility also has an approximately 500 ft 2 one-story, concrete block building, located at the northwest corner of the maintenance building, with an attached open-air, canopied cafeteria of approximately 1,300 ft 2. Both the building and cafeteria are constructed on a concrete slab. SPCC Plan 2-4 PBC West Transportation Facility

12 SECTIONTHREE Spill Events 3.1 SPILL HISTORY According to the site representative, Sam Owens, Shop Foreperson, the facility has had no reportable surface petroleum spills since its initial operation. Mr. Owens stated that there was a small petroleum spill associated with the theft and damage of a pickup truck at the facility, but it was not of reportable volume. 3.2 SPILL REPORTING PROCEDURES In the event of a surface spill of a petroleum product that is released into the environment, direct or indirect (i.e., a drain) releases to soil, surface waters, ground waters, or air (excludes contained spills in buildings, or impervious pavements, or in structures), the facility will report the spill to the Facility Manager, as well as, the National Response Center. Telephone contacts for spill notifications are provided in Table 3-1. Federal, state, and local regulations dictate reporting requirements. A release that exceeds the reportable quantity ([RQ] defined as greater then 25 gallons of petroleum product) of a hazardous substance or petroleum product within a 24-hour period to the environment are subject to notification requirements. 1. Based on the size of the spill, item spilled, and pathways affected, the Shop Foreperson/Facility Manager or their designee will as soon as practical determine if a reportable spill has occurred. 2. Once a reportable spill or release is identified the appropriate regulatory agencies (see Table 3-1) will be notified immediately by the Shop Foreperson/Facility Manager, or their designee. To avoid civil and criminal penalties this notification must occur immediately (as soon as possible) after the determination that a reportable spill has occurred, and absolutely no later than 24 hours after the occurrence. 3. The Shop Foreperson/Facility Manager will also notify the Palm Beach County School District Environmental Section Manager of all reportable spills as soon as practical after the spill. 4. The initial report of the incident to the appropriate regulatory agencies and Palm Beach County School District Environmental Section Manager will be via telephone by the reporting Shop Foreperson/Facility Manager or designee. The Shop Foreperson/Facility Manager or designee will be asked for the following information: Exact physical address and phone number of the facility, the name of the person reporting the spill, and name of the facility and organization Name, address and phone number of the party responsible for the spill if different than above The date and time of the spill Location of the spill Source and cause of the spill SPCC Plan 3-1 PBC West Transportation Facility

13 SECTIONTHREE Spill Events Types of material(s) released or spilled Quantity of material(s) released or spilled Danger or threat posed to the environment or persons by the release or spill If spilled material enters navigable waterway - provide estimate of the quantity Description of the affected medium (i.e., soil, wetland, pond, storm water ditch) Description and number of any personal injuries or physical damages (if any) If vehicle involved, identify type Actions taken to date to control access to the area, stop the source of the spill, eliminate sources of ignition, contain the spill, recover the spill, absorb/neutralize the spill, cleanup/remediation activities, and who has been called concerning the incident 5. If the spill did not occur on the School District of Palm Beach County owned property, the Palm Beach County School District Environmental Section Manager will notify the appropriate Palm Beach County School District legal counsel of where the spill occurred, the item and quantity spilled, and the response procedures taken. Palm Beach County School District legal counsel will notify the property owner of where the spill occurred. All spills will be documented using a Spill Report Form (Appendix B). 3.3 SPCC PLAN PROCEDURES The main types of spills that could occur on site include: A rupture or failure of a bulk delivery truck tank, unloading hose or fittings, resulting in a spill A rupture or failure of the aboveground petroleum storage tanks Overfilling of the storage tank resulting in spillage at the tank fill port If any of these types of spills were to occur, petroleum would be released and would most likely flow to the concrete pad over which the AST is staged and then to the asphalt surface surrounding the pad. Based on the topography of the area, it appears likely that a spill of the 235-gallon new oil ASTs in the east storage loft would be towards the south and southwest. A spill of the hydraulic oil stored internally in the north of the west-central bay in the maintenance building would be released to the surrounding asphalt surface and flow to the northwest. A spill of the waste oil stored externally at the northeast corner of the maintenance building would be released to the surrounding asphalt surface and flow to the south. General spill response guidelines can be found in Section RESPONSE ACTIONS Depending on the nature of the spill event and the quantity of petroleum spilled, an appropriate response procedure is to be implemented at the facility. Cleanup of petroleum spills requires the use of personnel and equipment and the following response procedures: SPCC Plan 3-2 PBC West Transportation Facility

14 SECTIONTHREE Spill Events Steps: 1. Upon detection of a spill or release, determine if any injury to personnel has occurred and seek medical attention as needed. If the spill has created an emergency situation, immediately evacuate the area and contact the local emergency response authorities (Police, Fire, County Hazardous Materials Response Team, etc.). 2. If the spill is incidental (not an emergency situation), the responding associate is properly trained and equipped, and it is safe to do so, immediately: Assess the situation Control access to the area Eliminate sources of ignition Put on all necessary personal protective equipment Stop the source of the spill Contain the spill by using absorbents, booms or pillows Block all drains and pathways to migrate offsite 3. Immediately notify your Shop Foreperson/Facility Manager and the local emergency response authorities of any spill of 25 gallons or more, that goes down a drain, or that is released to the environment. 4. If the incidental spill is approximately 25 gallons or less and the associate is trained and properly equipped, the associate is responsible to recover, absorb, neutralize and/or clean up the spill. 5. Used absorbed spilled material will be placed in an appropriate covered container (i.e., DOT approved container). The container must be labeled with the contents of the container (i.e., petroleum contaminated absorbent) and staged in a secure area until properly disposed in accordance with directions received from the local emergency response authorities. 6. If the spill is generally more than 25 gallons, contain the spill if possible. Immediately notify the local emergency response authorities who will contact a pre-approved Spill Response Contractor that can respond in a timely manner. Note: Only personnel who are trained in spill prevention and response procedures will participate in the clean up of hazardous material spills. Definitions Do not attempt any task that cannot be completed safely. SPCC Plan 3-3 PBC West Transportation Facility

15 SECTIONTHREE Spill Events Emergency: Emergency situations include the presence of a: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) Situation that threatens someone's life or could injure someone High concentration of a toxic substance Oxygen deficient atmosphere created by the spill Condition that poses a fire or explosion hazard Situation that requires an evacuation of the area Situation that requires immediate attention because of a danger posed to employees in the area Incidental Spill: A spill limited in quantity, limited in exposure potential and toxicity, and clearly does not endanger the health or safety of any worker in the immediate area or those assigned to clean it up. A spill response procedure flow chart that summarizes the steps described above can be found in Table POST SPILL RESPONSE EQUIPMENT INSPECTION Before normal facility operations are resumed, any equipment used or indirectly involved with the spill response must be replaced or cleaned/decontaminated and inspected to ensure it is functioning properly. All solvents, adsorbents, protective clothing, and equipment used or damaged as a result of the response activities must be immediately replaced or fixed as soon as possible in order to adequately respond to future spills. List of on-site spill equipment: Granular absorbent clay; Absorbent Pads; Gloves; Shovel Hazardous Material bags All equipment will be checked and maintained based on the monthly inspection schedule routine. The monthly inspections will help ensure that the response equipment will be operational regardless of how long it has been since the last response action. SPCC Plan 3-4 PBC West Transportation Facility

16 SECTIONTHREE Spill Events TABLE 3-1 EMERGENCY CONTACTS PALM BEACH COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT WEST TRANSPORTATION FACILITY Contact Title Telephone Number Sam Owens Shop Foreperson/Facility Manager Office Cell Cell Home Willie Johnson Back Up Emergency Coordinator Office Cell Home Tim Myrick Back Up Emergency Coordinator Office Cell Home Anne Meador PBC School District Environmental Specialist Office Cell School District Police 24 Hour Other Contacts Florida Department of Environmental Protection Spill Response (SWP) 24 hour National Response Center 24 hour PBC Department of Environmental Resource Management Office URS Corporation (Emergency Response Contractor) 24 hour 24 hour Florida Metro Construction Company 24 Hour World Petroleum (Emergency Response Contractor) 24 Hour Palm Beach County Fire Rescue (911) Main # SPCC Plan 3-5 PBC West Transportation Facility

17 SECTIONTHREE Spill Events TABLE 3-2 SPILL RESPONSE PROCEDURES SPILL YES * EMERGENCY SITUATION NO *INCIDENTAL RELEASE IMMEDIATELY Evacuate Immediate Area Seek Medical Attention for Injured Personnel Contact Emergency Agencies YES Are You Trained to Respond? NO Notify Palm Beach County School District Environmental Manager Control Access Remove Ignition Sources Put on Protective Equipment < 25 GALLONS Spill > 25 GALLONS Quantity Stop Source Contain Spill & Block Drains IF POSSIBBLE: Stop Source Contain Spill & Block Drains Clean up Spill, Recover Material and Place in Appropriate Container Promptly Notify Supervisor IMMEDIATELY NOTIFY: Palm Beach County School District Environmental Manager and Local Emergency Response Authorities *EMERGENCY SITUATIONS can endanger the health and safety of any worker in the immediate area. *INCIDENTAL RELEASES are limited in quantity and do not endanger the health and safety of personnel. For detailed information consult the SPCC plan. SPCC Plan 3-6 PBC West Transportation Facility

18 SECTIONFOUR Equipment Failure The total quantity of petroleum that could be discharged, the rate of flow, direction of flow, duration of the spill, and the potential for reaching navigable waters varies depending on the type of equipment failure. The URS representative did not observe storm or other such drains in the vicinity of the site ASTs. It appears that failure of the two (2) 235-gallon motor oil ASTs would result in oil flowing onto the loft floor, down the partition wall to the building concrete pad, and ultimately to the asphalt parking lot. Sheet flow would continue across the asphalt parking lot to the dispenser islands, then likely flow to the south and west toward the UST tank farm. It appears that failure of the 200-gallon hydraulic AST would result in oil sheet flowing across the building concrete pad to the asphalt parking lot. Flow would continue to the north/ northwest corner of the asphalt parking lot where it would be contained by the fence line berm to the north, and contact the grassy area to the west. It appears that failure of the 500-gallon used oil AST would result in oil spilling onto and across the AST concrete pad. A spill would continue to sheet flow to the south across the asphalt parking lot towards the property fence line, approximately 300 feet south. The fuel dispenser pumps are equipped with breakaway hoses; a large discharge during the filling of the diesel and/or gasoline USTs could flow into the grassy area surrounding the tank farm concrete pad and permeate the ground. There are no storm drains located in the area of the USTs. In the event of a major or catastrophic failure of equipment in the petroleum storage areas, petroleum would not likely reach the municipal storm sewer system or drainage ditches. The discharge would likely sheet flow across the asphalt and/or permeate the ground via cracks in the surface of the asphalt. At this particular facility, the overall direction of flow appears to be to the south and southeast from the south and east sides of the maintenance building, and to the north and northwest from the north side of the maintenance building, as shown on Figure 2. In the event of a major or catastrophic failure of equipment during the transfer of waste oil to/from the waste oil AST, the largest possible release would be the entire volume of the 500- gallon AST. The discharge would likely sheet flow across the concrete pad east to the surrounding asphalt parking lot. Sheet flow would then continue south across the asphalt parking lot towards the property fence line, approximately 300 feet south. In the case of sudden failure of the petroleum product delivery system, the largest possible release would be the entire volume of the two (2) 235-gallon motor oil ASTs. There are no drains in the direction of flow and it is URS opinion that a release is not likely to reach navigable waters. The nearest water body appears to be a drainage canal on the northeast site boundary that ultimately connects to the Hillsboro Canal, which is southwest of the property. SPCC Plan 4-1 PBC West Transportation Facility

19 SECTIONFIVE Facility Drainage 5.1 DRAINAGE FROM DIKED STORAGE AREAS There were no diked storage areas observed onsite. In the case of a spill, the facility would use absorbent materials, included in the spill kit onsite, and granular absorbent clay (i.e. kitty litter) to control the discharge. 5.2 FLAPPER-TYPE DRAIN VALVES The facility does not use any flapper-type drain valves. There are no flapper-type drain valves associated with stormwater retention areas at the site. 5.3 DRAINAGE FROM UNDIKED AREAS Surface drainage from un-diked areas is generally to the south and southeast from the south and east sides of the maintenance building, and to the north and northwest from the north side of the maintenance building across slight gradients towards the bermed fence line surrounding the subject property. Stormwater falling on the north side of the maintenance building appears to pond in the northwest corner of the parking lot, where it is apparently retained by the fence line berm. The ponded water apparently drains north, into the northwest boundary drainage swale, and/or infiltrates into the grassy area to the west. Stormwater falling on the south and east sides of the maintenance building appears to sheet flow south across the asphalt into the southeast corner of the parking lot, where it is apparently retained by the fence line berm. It appears that water ponds in the southeast corner of the parking lot prior to discharging into the southwest boundary drainage swale/canal through a riprap reinforced channel through the fence line berm, Most paved areas of the site are relatively flat. No storm drains were identified on the subject property by the URS representative during the June 29, 2004 site reconnaissance. See Figure 2 for apparent flow direction in the vicinity of the petroleum ASTs, USTs, drums and hydraulic oil storage tanks. 5.4 DIVERSION SYSTEMS There are no stormwater or drainage diversion systems utilized in the vicinity of the ASTs onsite. A riprap-reinforced channel through the fence line berm located in the southeast portion of the parking lot appears to be the primary stormwater discharge point at the site. 5.5 NATURAL HYDRAULIC FLOW There are no provisions for using natural hydraulic flow associated with the facility's drainage system. Natural hydraulic flow channels are not associated with the facility's drainage system. SPCC Plan 5-1 PBC Wesr Transportation Facility

20 SECTIONSIX Bulk Storage Tanks 6.1 TANK CONSTRUCTION Several types of petroleum product ASTs, drums and portable storage tanks were observed to be located on the subject property at the time of the June 29, 2004 site reconnaissance. The Palm Beach County School District West Transportation facility has the following petroleum storage containers: The 500-gallon waste oil AST is located externally at the northeast corner of the maintenance building on a 6-inch thick concrete pad. The tank is of double walled construction (steel tank, poly liner with a concrete jacket) and raised above the pad on short concrete supports. The tank and pad are surrounded by six bollards protecting the south and east sides, which are exposed to vehicular traffic. The two 235-gallon motor oil ASTs are staged on the south side of the east storage loft located in the maintenance building, on a concrete floor. The tanks are single wall steel construction and connected together at the bottom by a ½-inch diameter steel pipe. The connecting pipe is fitted with a manometer-type sight tube used to gauge the volume of the tank. The 200-gallon hydraulic oil AST is associated with the in-floor hydraulic lift, and located at the north end between the two west bays in the east side of the maintenance building. The tank is single-walled steel construction, and raised above the concrete floor on short metal supports. The hydraulic powered used oil filter crusher has a 10-gallon hydraulic oil reservoir. The tank is single-walled steel construction and mounted on a portable steel equipment frame. The aboveground hydraulic lift has a 5-gallon hydraulic reservoir, and is located in the west central bay in the east side of the maintenance building. The tank is cylindrical, single-walled steel construction and mounted on a vertical steel beam on the hydraulic lift 6.2 SECONDARY CONTAINMENT The 500-gallon waste oil AST located externally at the northeast corner of the maintenance building is a ConVault with double walled construction. The ConVault utilizes a steel tank and a high-density polyethylene liner encased in a 6-inch concrete outer shell. The tank is mounted on a 6-inch concrete pad. No additional secondary containment was identified for the other site ASTs, drums or portable storage tanks at the time of the June 29, 2004 site reconnaissance. 6.3 DRAINAGE OF RAINWATER Drainage of rainwater is not applicable to this facility because the majority of the ASTs, drums and portable storage tanks are located inside buildings. Only the ConVault waste oil AST is located externally, and due to its construction, it does not have the ability to capture rainwater. Building roof drains and gutters convey rainwater to the asphalt parking lot. Rainwater on the north side of the maintenance building appears likely to sheet flow across a slight gradient along the asphalt parking lot to the shallow grass swale located north of the north facility fence line. SPCC Plan 6-1 PBC West Transportation Facility

21 SECTIONSIX Bulk Storage Tanks Rainwater on the south and east sides of the maintenance building appears to sheet flow across the parking lot to ultimately discharge in the drainage swale located south of the south facility fence line. Rainwater falling on a small area of the asphalt parking lot south of the maintenance building and west of the dispenser islands will likely sheet flow south and west across the parking lot to the grassy area located to the southwest of the facility. Some rainwater will permeate the ground via cracks in the surface of the asphalt. 6.4 BURIED METALLIC STORAGE TANKS According to site representatives, there are three buried storage tanks at the facility. There are two (2) 10,000-gallon USTs containing diesel fuel, and one (1) 10,000-gallon UST containing unleaded gasoline. 6.5 PARTIALLY BURIED METALLIC STORAGE TANKS There are no partially buried metallic storage tanks at the facility; therefore, the requirements of this section do not apply. 6.6 ABOVEGROUND TANKS Palm Beach County School District West Transportation personnel visually inspect the tanks periodically on an approximately quarterly basis, and during filling operations. Operators routinely observe the tanks during normal operations so that potential leaks or spills can be quickly detected. A copy of the annual tank and dispensing equipment inspection checklist created for the facility is included as Appendix C. 6.7 INTERNAL HEATING COILS The tanks at this facility do not have internal heating coils; therefore, the requirements for this section do not apply. 6.8 LIQUID LEVEL SENSING DEVICES The two 235-gallon motor oil ASTs are connected together at the bottom by a ½-inch diameter steel pipe. The connecting pipe is fitted with a manometer-type sight tube used to gauge the volume of the tank. According to site representative, Sam Owens, the tanks are visually gauged daily. The 500-gallon ConVault waste oil AST, located externally at the northeast corner of the maintenance building, is equipped with interstitial space monitoring equipment to detect leaks, and a visual gauge to minimize the potential for overfilling. The USTs and dispenser piping are equipped with mechanical and electronic leak detection systems, interstitial space monitoring that indicates if fluid enters the annular space between the walls of the tank and/or piping, and a Veeder Root automatic tank gauging system. The piping annulus is also pressure sensitive. The 200-gallon and 5-gallon hydraulic oil reservoirs associated with the internal hydraulic lifts in the maintenance building, and the used oil filter crusher 10-gallon hydraulic oil reservoir are not SPCC Plan 6-2 PBC West Transportation Facility

22 SECTIONSIX Bulk Storage Tanks equipped with liquid level sensing devices. The tanks are manually gauged daily, according to the site representative. 6.9 EFFLUENT DISCHARGE As the regulated ASTs are primarily located indoors, and the ConVault 500-gallon waste oil AST does not retain water, effluent discharge concerns are not applicable to this facility; therefore, the requirements for this section do not apply VISIBLE PETROLEUM LEAKS Visible petroleum leaks are reported to the Shop Foreperson/Facility Manager and corrected as soon as conditions warrant MOBILE PETROLEUM STORAGE TANKS There is one hydraulic oil reservoir associated with portable equipment at the facility. The hydraulic powered used oil filter crusher has a 10-gallon hydraulic oil reservoir. The tank is single-walled steel construction and mounted on a portable steel equipment frame. There are also three (3) mobile waste oil storage tanks at the facility that consist of a 55-gallon steel drum mounted to a 4-wheel dolly. The mobile waste oil storage tanks are visually inspected daily, visible petroleum leaks are reported to the Shop Foreperson/Facility Manager and corrected as soon as conditions warrant. SPCC Plan 6-3 PBC West Transportation Facility

23 SECTIONSEVEN Facility Transfer Operations 7.1 BURIED PIPING INSTALLATIONS Buried piping associated with the site ASTs consists of hydraulic oil supply lines, and electrical conduits from the 200-gallon hydraulic oil AST to the in-floor hydraulic lift at the West Transportation Facility. According to site representative, Sam Owens, hydraulic piping runs from the AST to the hydraulic lifts through in-floor vaults, which contain any leaks. There is also buried piping associated with the three 10,000-gallon diesel and gasoline fuel USTs, which consists of electrical conduits from the USTs and fuel dispensers to the power supply at the building, and double walled product dispenser piping from the USTs to the diesel and gasoline dispenser pumps. 7.2 IDLE PIPELINES According to the site representative, Sam Owens, Shop Foreperson, there are no idle pipelines at this facility. 7.3 PIPE SUPPORTS Support is required for the petroleum product delivery lines that run from the petroleum product storage area located in the east storage loft through the overhead to the maintenance bays in the east side of the maintenance building. Pipe supports are of the u-clamp and/or cross-brace type, and designed to minimize abrasion and to allow for expansion and contraction of pipelines. The general integrity of the pipe hanger system is visually inspected daily. 7.4 ABOVEGROUND PIPELINES Aboveground valves and pipelines at the West Transportation Facility consist primarily of the petroleum product delivery system from the storage bay to the mechanics bays. There is also a minimal amount of aboveground piping associated with the hydraulic oil AST and in-floor hydraulic lift at the facility, and piping associated with the transfer of waste oil to the ConVault waste oil AST. Aboveground valves and pipelines and related appurtenances are subjected to regular examinations by operating personnel. The general condition and integrity of the pipeline is visually inspected daily. If any corrosion is found, the Shop Foreperson/Facility Manager is contacted and the problem is corrected. Both the product delivery system and the hydraulic lift systems are pressurized, regulated systems; pressure drops are brought to the attention of the Shop Foreperson/Facility Manager and the problem is corrected. 7.5 VEHICULAR TRAFFIC There are no pipelines that cross over roadways or are otherwise exposed to open vehicular traffic. The buried hydraulic oil supply piping from the 200-gallon hydraulic oil AST to the in-floor hydraulic lift is protected by a building wall and the maintenance building concrete pad. Vehicular traffic is limited to the use of the hydraulic lift. SPCC Plan 7-1 PBC West Transportation Facility

24 SECTIONSEVEN Facility Transfer Operations The buried piping associated with the three 10,000-gallon diesel fuel and unleaded gasoline USTs are protected by heavy concrete pads and the dispenser islands. Vehicular traffic in the area is limited to vehicles entering and leaving the dispenser island area. The driver of the delivery truck is responsible for safety and spill prevention during tank truck unloading operations. The 500-gallon ConVault waste oil AST is located externally at the northeast corner of the maintenance building and is exposed to vehicular traffic on the north, south and east sides. Six bollards protect the exposed southern and eastern sides. SPCC Plan 7-2 PBC West Transportation Facility

25 SECTIONEIGHT Facility Tank Loading/Unloading Area 8.1 LOADING/UNLOADING PROCEDURES There are three facility tank truck loading/unloading areas at the PBC School District West Transportation Facility. The two 235-gallon motor oil ASTs are located in the south-end of the east-side storage loft of the maintenance building to the south. The 500-gallon waste oil AST is located externally at the northeast corner of the maintenance building. The diesel and gasoline USTs are located externally at the southwest corner of the maintenance building. Procedures for loading and unloading tank trucks meet the minimum requirements established by the Department of Transportation. Attention: All personnel who transfer petroleum from drums or trucks to any storage tanks must comply with the following steps: Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Contact the Shop Foreperson/Facility Manager prior to transferring petroleum to the designated tank. Petroleum transfer personnel will notify the appropriate West Transportation Facility personnel to verify the amount of petroleum to be delivered and the correct destination for the petroleum. When transferring petroleum, the guidelines presented in Appendix D will be followed. The petroleum transfer guidelines will be posted near the ASTs to be viewed by the petroleum delivery driver. The petroleum delivery driver will park the delivery truck in the designated parking areas identified on Figure 2. The delivery driver will follow the guidelines presented in Appendix D to secure the delivery truck and equipment during delivery operations. For bulk petroleum delivery to the two 235-gallon ASTs in the east storage loft, run the delivery hose to the AST and secure prior to opening truck valves. The petroleum delivery driver will exercise caution when running the delivery hose to/from the 235-gallon ASTs located in the east-side storage loft. The bulk delivery hose will be attended at all times during the AST filling procedures. If for any reason alarms are activated when transferring petroleum to the designated location, please shut off all pumping equipment immediately and contact the Shop Foreperson/Facility Manager, Sam Owens. If any spill occurs, please contact Shop Foreperson/Facility Manager, Sam Owens and PBC School District Environmental Manager, Anne Meador at (561) If possible, contain the spill. Do not attempt to clean up the spill until the appropriate personnel are notified. SPCC Plan 8-1 PBC West Transportation Facility

26 SECTIONEIGHT 8.2 SPILL CONTAINMENT SYSTEM Spill response equipment is maintained in the maintenance building. List of on-site spill equipment: Granular absorbent clay; Absorbent Pads; Gloves; Shovel; Hazardous Material bags 8.3 WARNING DEVICES Facility Tank Loading/Unloading Area The USTs are equipped with mechanical and electronic overfill detection/spill prevention devices with ball check valves. The Veeder-Root UST monitoring system is also equipped with alarms and a telemetry monitoring system. UST piping is equipped with interstitial space monitoring and electronic line leak detection with automatic shut off. The two 235-gallon motor oil ASTs are connected together at the base by a ½-inch diameter steel pipe. The connecting pipe is fitted with a manometer-type sight tube used to visually gauge the volume of the tank and to minimize the potential for overfilling. The 500-gallon ConVault waste oil AST is equipped with a visual level gauge to minimize the potential for overfilling. It is also equipped with an interstitial space monitoring device to detect leakage into the secondary containment. Product delivery truck drivers are directed to immediately shut off all pumping equipment and contact the Shop Foreperson/Facility Manager if any alarms are activated on the refueling truck or in the instance of viewing an overfill at the ASTs 8.4 DRAIN EXAMINATION Prior to departure of any tank truck, the lowermost drain and all outlets of the vehicle will be closely examined by the driver for leakage, and tightened, adjusted, or replaced to prevent liquid leakage while in transit. Facility loading/unloading procedures call for all hoses to be properly connected and disconnected to avoid spills or leaks. Non-plant delivery personnel cannot load or unload materials without notification to site personnel immediately responsible for that area. The delivery vehicles are required to be temporarily immobilized before hose connections can occur. Departure of delivery vehicles is not allowed until hose connections or drain ports are properly disconnected and capped. Inspections prior to departure are required to identify potential leaks from the drain outlet of an unloading vehicle to avoid leaks while in transit. SPCC Plan 8-2 PBC West Transportation Facility

27 SECTIONNINE Inspections and Records 9.1 INSPECTIONS AND RECORDS PBC School District West Transportation Facility operations personnel will inspect the ASTs, poly-totes, drums, portable storage tanks, piping, and related equipment periodically. Items to be observed will include: Evidence of spills or leaks at the petroleum storage areas or truck loading/unloading areas Integrity of containment systems (when applicable) AST seam integrity (as feasible) Integrity of pipe-to-tank and pipe-to-pump connections Integrity of aboveground pipe joints Power switches are operational Warning signs are in place and visible The systems will be inspected on a monthly basis. inspections that document the following information: Date of inspection Name of inspector and signature Problems observed Records will be kept of all monthly Actions taken or needed (identify who is responsible for implementing the action and when) Inspection observations will be recorded on monthly inspection checklist in Appendix E. Records of inspections will be maintained in the on-site Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plan at the facility for a minimum of three years. SPCC Plan 9-1 PBC West Transportation Facility

28 SECTIONTEN Security 10.1 FENCES Chain-link fencing is located around the perimeter of the property. A gated entrance at the southwest portion of the property, which is locked each night, is utilized to prevent access to the property from NW 16 th Street. In addition, all areas are under the regular surveillance of employees in the normal course of their work VALVE LOCKS There are no valve locks utilized at the PBC School District West Transportation Facility STARTER CONTROL LOCKS There are no starter control locks at the PBC School District West Transportation Facility. The main electric switch to the USTs and dispensers, and the petroleum product delivery system is shut-off each night from inside the building, which is locked when not occupied. Air compressors for the pneumatic petroleum delivery system are disconnected from the system and shut down nightly LOADING/UNLOADING CONNECTIONS The loading and unloading connections are not applicable to the single tank structure; therefore, the requirements for this section do not apply. Per the site representative, the UST fill ports are locked FACILITY LIGHTING According to the site representative, Sam Owens, Shop Foreperson, PBC School District West Transportation Facility lighting is sufficient for the discovery of spills occurring during the hours of darkness, and for the prevention of spills occurring through acts of vandalism. SPCC Plan 10-1 PBC West Transportation Facility

29 SECTIONELEVEN Personnel Training And Spill Prevention Procedures 11.1 PERSONNEL TRAINING PBC School District West Transportation Facility will provide spill prevention and response training, as well as, safety training to appropriate personnel. The training program will be designed to improve safety awareness and minimize the potential for petroleum spills by instructing personnel in the proper operation and maintenance of equipment. Personnel are to be made aware that environmental control laws must be observed through classroom and field training. Specific information conveyed to employees during the training program will include, but is not limited to, the following: A comprehensive review of the location and proper operation of all emergency equipment, including eyewash bath, fire extinguishers, spill kits, first aid kits, communications system and alarm system A review of evacuation routes for the facility and the area A review of emergency notification procedures This training will be provided to all personnel upon assignment to spill response duties SUPERVISION The PBC School District West Transportation Shop Foreperson/Facility Manager is responsible for petroleum spill prevention at the facility and for coordinating spill response and spill prevention programs. The local Shop Foreperson/Facility Manager is designated for spill prevention at this facility SPILL PREVENTION BRIEFINGS Spill prevention briefings should be conducted annually as part of the PBC School District West Transportation Facility s training program to ensure understanding of the SPCC Plan by operating personnel. These briefings are intended to highlight and describe known spill events or failures, malfunctioning components, and recently developed precautionary measures. Training sessions are to be held to familiarize personnel with petroleum fuel spill containment and cleanup equipment and materials. This training will familiarize both mechanical and operating personnel with the proper and most efficient spill prevention and control methods, the necessity for conformance with applicable regulations, and motivation for effective spill prevention. SPCC Plan 11-1 PBC West Transportation Facility

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