N.Y. Comp. Codes R. & Regs. Tit. 6 § 361-8.3 - Registered facilities

Facilities receiving no more than a total of 500,000 gallons per year of used cooking oil and/or yellow grease for processing are subject to the registration provision of section 360.15 of this Title unless they are otherwise exempt facilities. In addition to the criteria in Part 360 of this Title, each facility must comply with the following criteria.

(a) A secondary containment system must be in place for all storage of unprocessed and processed used cooking oil and yellow grease. The secondary containment system must be at least 110 percent of the volume of the largest tank or the total volume of all interconnected tanks, whichever is greater.
(b) All storage devices must have an overfill prevention system.
(c) Documentation is available at the facility that demonstrates fire prevention and protection systems are in accordance with State and local building and fire codes.
(d) The facility must maintain and follow an operation and maintenance plan that includes at a minimum:
(1) procedures to ensure that no unauthorized waste, including brown grease, is received at the facility or, if received, is removed for appropriate treatment and disposal within five days of receipt, unless otherwise authorized by the department in writing;
(2) inventory procedures to ensure that no unprocessed oil or grease is stored at the facility for more than 30 days, no processed oil or grease is stored for more than 12 months, and no residue is stored for more than seven days;
(3) periodic vector inspection and mitigation;
(4) procedures for spill prevention and appropriately managing spills that can occur; and
(5) procedures for the appropriate disposition of wastewater and any waste generated by processing.

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N.Y. Comp. Codes R. & Regs. Tit. 6 § 361-8.3
Adopted New York State Register September 20, 2017/Volume XXXIX, Issue 38, eff. 11/4/2017 Amended New York State Register June 7, 2023/Volume XLV, Issue 23, eff. 7/22/2023 Amended New York State Register June 21, 2023/Volume XLV, Issue 25, eff. 7/23/2023

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