Hazardous waste licensing step 2

Vehicle, tool and equipment maintenance and repair

Hennepin County is piloting an electronic hazardous waste licensing process that will help us reduce paper use and save you time. This step 2 form is only available to businesses that provide services relating to vehicle, equipment and tool maintenance and repair.  

Before you continue with step 2, verify that:

  • You have completed Step 1: General and Contact Information.
  • Your company performs at least one of the following services:
    • Auto body
    • Equipment and tool maintenance (vehicle and non-vehicle)
    • Vehicle maintenance and repair

Completing step 2

To complete step 2:

Hazardous waste licensing step 2: Vehicles, tool and equipment maintenance and repair

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Information about you
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Enter phone as: XXX-XXX-XXXX
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Information about the company
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Write "unknown" if you're not sure, write "not applicable" if you haven't been working with any staff.
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Training presentation questionnaire
Enter as: MM/DD/YYYY
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Waste inventory - used oil and related wastes
1) Do you generate used oil?



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1a) Is your used oil is shipped off-site?


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1b) Is your used oil burned in an on-site used oil burner?


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2) Do you generate used oil filters?



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3) Do you generate used oil sorbents/disposable rags/floor dry?



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4) Do you generate launderable rags or towels?



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Waste inventory - parts washer
5) Do you have a solvent-based parts washer?

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5a) If you have a solvent-based parts washer, indicate which type you have (select all that apply):


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5b) If you have a non-recycling, solvent-based parts washing unit, indicate what is done (or what you intend to do) with the spent or bad solvent:



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5c) If you have a recycling, solvent-based parts washing unit, indicate which type you have (select all that apply):


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5d) If you have a distillation unit, indicate what you do with the distillation sludge and distillation oil generated from the recycling process:



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5e) If you have a filtered recycling parts washing unit, indicate what you do with the parts washer filter or filter media (select all that apply):



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6) Do you have a water-based (aqueous) parts washer?

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6a) If you have a water-based (aqueous) parts washer, indicate the type you have (select all that apply):




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6b) If you have a water-based (aqueous) parts washer, indicate how the spent water-based solution is disposed:




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6c) If you have a water-based (aqueous) parts washer, indicate other wastes that are produced from the unit (select all that apply):


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Waste inventory - all other wastes
7) Do you use cleaning solvents from an aerosol can, refillable dispenser (using compressed air) or dip container?

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7a) If you have cleaning solvents, what types are used in your facility (check all that apply)?





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7b) Review the labels and Safety Data Sheets (SDS, formerly MSDS) and report the ingredients of you cleaners (check all that apply):
















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7c) Describe how residual solvents are managed just after the solvents are dispensed onto the dirty part being cleaned (check all that apply):






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8) Do you generate lead-acid batteries?



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9) Do you generate lead wheel weights?



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10) Do you generate antifreeze?



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11) What kind of lighting does your company use (check all that apply)?



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11a) Who is responsible for changing out light bulbs and arranging for the disposal of old bulbs from your facility?


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12) Do you generate waste paint and/or thinner?



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13) Do you generate paint booth filters?



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14) Do you generate disposable paint/solvent rags?



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15) Do you have a paint/thinner or solvent distillation unit?

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16) Do you perform any refrigerant service?

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Certification
I am aware of hazardous waste resources:
In addition to the automotive training presentation, I am aware that I can access resources regarding the proper management and disposal of wastes at www.hennepin.us/hwgenerators and www.pca.state.mn.us/veiz8a8, or by calling 612-348-3777 and asking for the environmentalist-on-call.
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Certification of true, accurate and complete information:
I certify under penalty of law that I have personally examined and am familiar with the information submitted in this and all attached documents, and that based on my inquiry of those individuals immediately responsible for obtaining the information, I believe that the information is true, accurate, and complete. I am aware that there are significant penalties for submitting false information, including the possibility of fine and imprisonment.
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