1 APPENDIX : HAZARDOUS MATERIALS . TABLE OF CONTENTS. List of Facilities, Activities, or Conditions Requiring Assessment 1. Documents Describing new york state and Federal Analytical Methodology 4. Example of the Required Level of Effort for Phase II ESAs at Typical Sites 5. Title 15, Chapter 24 of the Rules of the City of New york 6. SE. O l N ua U. O an T. -D lM. e a at ic D hn of ec ut T. O 12. 20. CEQR TECHNICAL MANUAL JANUARY 2012 EDITION. LIST OF FACILITIES, ACTIVITIES, OR CONDITIONS REQUIRING ASSESSMENT. 1. A facility, on or adjacent to a tax lot, which generates (including small quantity generators), stores, treats, or disposes of HAZARDOUS waste, as defined by RCRA and regulated by EPA and/or DEC.
2 2. A facility, on or adjacent to a tax lot, which manufactures, produces, prepares, compounds, processes uses, repackages or disposes of HAZARDOUS chemicals, as defined under New york City's Community Right-to-Know Law, Admin. Code tit. 24, Ch. 7 (1992). 3. A facility, on or adjacent to a tax lot, which is included on the following list: SE. Adhesives and sealants manufacture Ceramic products manufacture O l Advertising displays manufacture Charcoal manufacture N ua U. Agricultural machinery manufacture (includ- Chemical compounding or packaging ing repairs). Chemical manufacture O an Aluminum manufacture or aluminum pro- T. Cleaning or cleaning and dyeing establish- duces manufacture ments Aircraft manufacture (including parts).
3 -D lM Clock manufacture Airports Appliance (electrical) manufacture Clothing manufacture Art goods manufacturer Coal products manufacture e a Asphalt or asphalt products manufacture Coal sales or storage at ic Athletic equipment manufacture Coke products manufacture Automobile and other laundries Coil coating D hn Automobile manufacture College, university, trade school laboratories Automobile rental establishments Construction machinery manufacture of ec Automobile wrecking establishments Copper forming or copper products manufac- Automobile service stations ture ut T. Battery manufacture Cosmetics or toiletries manufacture Bicycle manufacture Dental instruments manufacture O 12.
4 Blacksmith shops Dental laboratories Boat repair Disinfectant manufacture 20. Boat fuel sales Drafting instruments manufacture Boat storage Dry cleaning establishments Business machine manufacture Dumps Camera manufacture Electric power or steam generating plants Canvas or canvas products manufacture Electric power substations Carpet cleaning establishments Electric and electronic components manufac- ture Carpet manufacture Electric appliance manufacture Cement manufacture 1. HAZARDOUS MATERIALS . APPENDIX . Electric supplies manufacture Junk yards Electroplating or stereotyping Laboratories, medical, dental, research, expe- rimental Engraving or photo-engraving Leather tanning, curing, finishing or dyeing Exterminators Linoleum manufacture Explosives manufacture Luggage manufacture Felt products manufacture Lumber processing Felt products bulk processing, washing or cur- SE.
5 Ing Machine shops including tool, die, or pattern making Fertilizer manufacture O l N ua Machine tools manufacture Filling stations U. Machinery manufacture or repair Film manufacture Mechanical products manufacture O an Fire stations T. Medical appliance manufacture Foundries ferrous or non-ferrous Medical instruments manufacture Fuel sales -D lM Medical laboratories Fungicides manufacture Metals manufacture including alloys or foil Fur tanning, curing, finishing or dyeing e a Metal casting or foundry products Furniture manufacture Metal finishing, plating, grinding, polishing, at ic Garbage incineration, storage or reduction cleaning, rust-proofing, heat treatment Gas manufacture, storage D hn Metal ores reduction or refining Gasoline service stations Metal product treatment or processing Generating plants, electric or steam Metal reduction, refining.
6 Smelting or alloying of ec Glass manufacture Metal treatment or processing Glue manufacture Mining machinery manufacture ut T. Golf courses Mirror silvering shops Graphite or graphite products manufacture O 12. Motorcycle manufacturer Gum and wood chemicals manufacture or Motor freight stations musical instruments processing manufacture 20. Hair products manufacture Newspaper publishing Hardware manufacture Non-ferrous metals manufacture Heliports Office equipment or machinery repair shops Incineration or garbage reduction Oil, public utility stations for metering or re- Ink or ink ribbon manufacture gulating oil sales Insecticides manufacture Oil storage Inorganic chemicals manufacture Optical equipment manufacture Iron and steel manufacture Organic chemicals manufacture Jewelry manufacture Orthopedic appliance manufacture 2.
7 HAZARDOUS MATERIALS . APPENDIX . Ore mining Sign painting shops Paint and ink manufacture Silver-plating shops Paper and pulp mills Silverware manufacture, plate or sterling Paper products manufacture Slag piles Pesticides manufacture Soap and detergent manufacture Petroleum or petroleum products refining Soldering shops Petroleum or petroleum products storage Solvent extraction SE. and handling Steam electric power plants Pharmaceutical products manufacture or O l Steel products manufacture N ua preparation Tar products manufacture U. Photographic equipment and supplies manu- facture Textiles bleaching, products manufacture or O an dyeing Plastics and synthetic products manufacture T.
8 And processing Textile mills Thermometer manufacture or assembly -D lM. Plastics raw manufacture Plumbing equipment manufacture Tile manufacture Porcelain enameling Timber products manufacture e a Precision instruments manufacture Tool or hardware manufacture at ic Printing and publishing Toys manufacture Pumping stations, sewage Trailer manufacture D hn Radioactive waste disposal services Transit substations Railroad equipment manufacture Truck manufacture of ec Railroad rights-of-ways, substations Trucking terminal or motor freight stations Railroad freight terminals, yards or appurten- Turpentine manufacture ut T. ances Varnish manufacture Refrigerating plants Vehicles manufacture O 12.
9 Rubber processing of manufacture Venetian blind manufacture Rubber products manufacture Welding shops 20. Sewage disposal plants, pumping stations Wood distillation Ship or boat building repair yards Shipping waterfront Shoes manufacture 3. DOCUMENTS DESCRIBING new york state AND FEDERAL ANALYTICAL METHODOLOGY. The NYSDEC Analytical Services Protocol (ASP) was last updated in July 2005. The reports documenting the latest ver- sion of ASP can be obtained from NYSDEC Division of Water Assessment and Management within the Division of Water. (518) 402-8156 or The NYSDEC Division of Environmental Remediation provides guidance on sampling, analysis and quality assurance in its Draft DER-10 Technical Guidance for Site Investigation and Remediation in Chapter 2.
10 The guidance can be obtained from the NYSDEC Division of Environmental Remediation. Guidance on soil cleanup objectives are provided by the NYSDEC in Part 375 Remedial Program Soil Cleanup Objectives. The Soil Cleanup Object guidance can be found at the following web page: SE. Guidance on ambient water quality standards are provided by the NYSDEC in Technical & Operational Guidance Series (TOGS). The TOGS guidance can be found at the following web page: O l N ua Guidance on soil vapor and vapor intrusion is provided new york state Department of Health (NYSDOH), Center for En- U. vironmental Health, Bureau of Environmental Exposure Investigation.