6 CRR-NY 232-3.6NY-CRR

OFFICIAL COMPILATION OF CODES, RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
TITLE 6. DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
CHAPTER III. AIR RESOURCES
SUBCHAPTER A. PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF AIR CONTAMINATION AND AIR POLLUTION
PART 232. DRY CLEANING FACILITIES
SUBPART 232-3. ALTERNATIVE SOLVENT DRY CLEANING EQUIPMENT
6 CRR-NY 232-3.6
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232-3.6 Reporting and recordkeeping.
(a) Operators of all alternative solvent dry cleaning equipment must record the following on checklists supplied by the department:
(1) the date, duration and nature of any malfunction, spill, incident, or emergency response at the facility as outlined in section 232-1.5(c) of this Part; and
(2) the date and volume of any hazardous waste shipments, if applicable.
(b) Each owner or operator of a dry cleaning facility with any alternative solvent transfer machine(s) must maintain on-site, and provide upon request, a five year record and log showing the following information:
(1) receipts of solvent purchases;
(2) the volume of solvent purchased each month as recorded from purchases; and
(3) the owner or operator must perform the following calculation and record the result on the first day of every month:
(i) sum the volume of all solvent purchases made in each of the previous 12 months, as recorded in the log described in paragraph (1) of this subdivision;
(ii) if no solvent purchases were made in a given month, then the solvent consumption for that month is zero gallons; and
(iii) the yearly solvent consumption is the sum of all purchases made in each of the previous 12 months. Should the yearly solvent consumption from a non-major dry cleaning facility exceed 6,000 gallons, the facility owner or operator may need to obtain a title V permit as required by Subpart 232-1 of this Title. For facilities that are not required to obtain a title V permit, a State facility permit is required if the yearly solvent consumption equals or exceeds 3,000 gallons.
(c) Operators of dry cleaning equipment must record the leak and inspection information required in section 232-3.4 of this Subpart and specify the name and location of the dry cleaning system components where any perceptible leaks are detected.
(d) Each owner or operator of dry cleaning equipment must retain on-site a copy of the design specifications and the operating manuals for each dry cleaning system and each emission control device located at the dry cleaning facility.
(e) All records must be maintained, on-site, for at least five years and must be made available to the department upon written or verbal request.
6 CRR-NY 232-3.6
Current through March 31, 2021
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