Offshore Operators Committee Meeting Regulatory Guidance for ENV-GS-2018-01, UIC 23 & UIC 28 Offshore Operators Committee Request Regulatory Guidance Residual and Container Clarification Form UIC 23 Permit No. (Temp. Gen. Code)
Form UIC 28 Waste Manifest Not a Public Meeting for Rule Making 1 E&P WASTE GENERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES LAC 43:XIX.503 LAC 43:XIX.503.D The generator is responsible for the proper handling and transportation of E and P
Waste taken offsite for storage, treatment, or disposal to assure its proper delivery to an approved commercial facility or transfer station or other approved storage, treatment or disposal facility. Failure to properly transport and dispose of E and P Waste shall subject the generator to penalties provided for in R.S. 30:18. Each shipment must be documented as required by LAC 43:XIX.545 (Manifest System) 2 E&P WASTE DEFINITION LAC 43:XIX.501
Drilling wastes, salt water, and other wastes associated with the exploration, development, or production of crude oil or natural gas wells and which is not regulated by the provisions of, and, therefore, exempt from the Louisiana Hazardous Waste Regulations and the Federal Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, as amended. 3
LAC 43:XIX.501 DNR Disposal Facility Definitions Commercial Facility is defined, in part, as a legally permitted E&P Waste storage, treatment and/or disposal facility which receives, treats, reclaims, stores, and/or disposes of E&P Waste for a fee or other consideration. Transfer Station is defined as an E&P Waste receiving and storage facility, located offsite, but operated at an approved location in conjunction with a permitted commercial facility, which is used for temporary storage of manifested E&P Waste for a period of 30 days or less. Generator is defined as any person or entity who generates or causes to be generated any E&P Waste. Residual is defined as the de-minimis quantity of E&P waste remaining in a container after offloading, using practices commonly employed to remove materials from that type of container (pouring, pumping, and
aspirating) and amounting to no more than one inch of residue remaining on the bottom, or no more than three percent by weight of the total capacity of the container if the container is less than or equal to 110 gallons in size, or no more than 3% by weight of the total capacity of the container if the container is greater than 110 gallons in size. 4 5 INTRA-OFFICE GUIDANCE STATEMENT
ENV-GS-2018-01 E&P WASTE GENERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES LAC 43:XIX.503 LAC 43:XIX.503.D The generator is responsible for the proper handling and transportation of E and P Waste taken offsite for storage, treatment, or disposal to assure its proper delivery to an approved commercial facility or transfer station or other approved storage, treatment or disposal facility. Failure to properly transport and dispose of E and P
Waste shall subject the generator to penalties provided for in R.S. 30:18. Each shipment must be documented as required by LAC 43:XIX.545 (Manifest System) 6 E&P WASTE GENERATOR RESPONSIBILITIES LAC 43:XIX.503 LAC 43:XIX.503.A.1 Generators of E and P Waste must be familiar with the components of the E and P Waste they
generate. LAC 43:XIX.503.B The unpermitted or unauthorized onsite or offsite storage, treatment, disposal or discharge of E and P Waste is prohibited and is a violation of these rules. 7 E AND P WASTE MANIFEST SYSTEM
LAC 43:XIX.545 In order to adequately monitor the movement and disposal of E and P Waste, every Shipment of E and P Waste transported to a commercial facility or transfer station shall be accompanied by a manifest entitled E and P Waste Shipping Control Ticket. It is expressly forbidden to transport or accept E and P Waste without a properly completed manifest form, 8 Original
White Form Origination & Description of E&P Waste Disposal Facility Retains Original Form for a Period of no less than three years 9
FORM UIC 28 INSTRUCTIONS 10 UIC-28 Manifest Tickets Disposal Facility completes Part III, mails back yellow copy to Generator
Generator Copy No. 2 Transporter Copy Transporter retains pink copy once disposal facility has signed, Part III Generator Copy No. 1
Generator retains green copy once generator & transporter have signed, Parts I & II Original 1 All action takes place on
the original; remember signatures. LAC 43:XIX.545 Approved UIC-28 Manifest Printing Companies 1 FORM UIC 23 LAC 43:XIX.545.B
For companies who do not possess an Office of Conservation operator code number, Form UIC 23 (or latest revision) must be approved prior to transporting E and P Waste (Including Waste Type 99) to a commercial facility or transfer station. i.e. Cleaning Companies, Land Owners Approval is granted on a case-by-case basis and is generally job specific Fee $150 1
UIC-23 1 UIC 23 INSTRUCTIONS 15
16 UIC 23 FEE $150 QUESTIONS PERTAINING TO DNR GUIDANCE DOCUMENT ENVGS-2018-01 What are the agencys plans for future regulations amendment?
When are Forms UIC 28 and 23 required? Are used fluids that are being reclaimed (e.g. at a mud plant) considered exempt waste? What are the paperwork requirements? Marine vessel tanks typically have a common piping system for all tanks and wash water gets circulated throughout the entire system. Is wash water used to clean marine vessel tanks transporting E&P waste that comes in contact with non-exempt waste (e.g. unused water-based mud) an exempt E&P waste or non-exempt waste?
1 QUESTIONS PERTAINING TO DNR GUIDANCE DOCUMENT ENVGS-2018-01 For tanks anchored on the topside of offshore utility boats, no method of pumping through the boat systems is available. Can cleaning companies offload these type tanks and deliver the waste to the disposal company? What designates an Operator (Oil Company) owned dock? Contracts? Office on site?
Dispatcher? Other? At Operator docks, can full tanks of waste be offloaded, cleaned, and the waste delivered to a disposal site under a UIC-28? Can boat tanks with recyclable mud be cleaned at vendor docks and put into containers (I.e. cutting boxes) and returned to the original mud company? a. If not at vendor docks, can this be done at Operators docks? 1
QUESTIONS PERTAINING TO DNR GUIDANCE DOCUMENT ENVGS-2018-01 Who is considered the generator of waste at: Vendor docks Operator docks Operator directed docks (docks where operators have contracts with
dock owners for offloading their boats) 1 2 WEBSITE 21
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