Is tank or system in use?

Is the exterior of each treatment unit marked with the facility name, EPA ID number and tank/unit individual serial number?

Is there any indication of erosion or release of hazardous waste from the secondary containment (wet spots, stains, dead vegetation)?

Are all the tank/unit free of corrosion sign, leakages, or release of any waste (in or on tank exterior)?

Is the inlet piping / valves / connections free of corrosion signs or leakages?

Do open tanks have at least 2 ft. of free board?

Is collection equipment/system working properly? Test the system and document results

Are Inlet valves and connections working properly and free of leaks?

Are pipes and pumps (including connections) working properly and free of leaks?

Is high level waste feed cut-off alarm system in alarm mode ? Test alarm

Is berm leak detection system in alarm mode and working? Test the alarm, specified if system is working properly

Is secondary containment areas free of areas cracked, deteriorated or evident damage?

Does the secondary containment free of accumulated liquids and waste?

Is the labeling information legible?

Is the tank properly clearly labeled with the words "Hazardous Waste" and compatible with its contents?

Have waste been accumulated and/or disposed of within the allowable accumulation time?

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Additional Comments, Notes, or Observations

This form is used to conduct the required self-inspection of a hazardous waste tank system. The inspection by the
tank system operator or owner is required on a daily basis pursuant to the California Code of Regulations (CCR), Title 22, section
66265.195 (Generators of hazardous waste that are large quantity generators or onsite waste treatment operations using a tank system to
manage waste are required to conduct these inspections). The tank system inspection records are required to be onsite, available for
inspector review, and kept for at least 3 years. If the tank system or a component of the tank system (i.e. piping, pumps, valves,
secondary containment, sump, etc.) is in poor condition or unfit for service, the tank system operator must take proactive steps to
investigate, repair, and/or replace the equipment, parts, or components as required in section 66265.196 of Title 22 CCR.

Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.