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HJ 607-2011: Technical Specifications for Pollution Control of Used Mineral Oil Recovery, Recycle and Reuse

This Standard specifies the pollution control technologies and environmental management requirements for the process of collection, transportation, storage, use and disposal of used mineral oil.
HJ 607-2011
HJ
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION STANDARD
OF THE PEOPLE REPUBLIC OF CHINA
Technical Specifications for Pollution Control of
Used Mineral Oil Recovery, Recycle and Reuse
ISSUED ON. FEBRUARY 16, 2011
IMPLEMENTED ON. JULY 1, 2011
Issued by. Ministry of Environmental Protection
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 4
1 Scope ... 5
2 Normative References ... 5
3 Terms and Definitions ... 6
4 General Requirements ... 7
5 Requirements for Classification and Labelling of Used Mineral Oil ... 8 6 Technical Requirements for Pollution Control of Collection ... 8
7 Technical Requirements for Pollution Control of Storage ... 10
8 Technical Requirements for Pollution Control of Transportation ... 11 9 Technical Requirements for Utilization and Disposal ... 11
10 Technical Requirements for Pollution Control of Utilization and Disposal ... 12
11 Management requirements ... 13
Annex A (Informative) Reference Format of Packaging Container Labelling of Used Mineral Oil ... 14
Foreword
This Standard is established, for the implementation of Environmental Protection Law of the People's Republic of China and Law of the People's Republic of China on the Prevention and Control of Environment Pollution Caused by Solid Wastes, for the standardization of recovery, recycle and reuse of used mineral oil, for the prevention and control of pollution of used mineral oil to the environment, and for the protection of the environment and human health.
This Standard specifies the pollution control technologies and environmental management requirements for the process of collection, transportation, storage, use and disposal of used mineral oil.
This Standard is issued for the first time.
Annex A to this Standard is informative.
This Standard was drafted under the organization of the Department of Science, Technology and Standards under the Ministry of Environmental Protection. The main drafting organizations of this Standard. Jinan Environmental Research Institute, Jinan Xinyuan Material Development and Utilization Co., Ltd. This Standard was approved by the Ministry of Environmental Protection on February 16, 2011.
This Standard is implemented from July 1, 2011.
This Standard shall be interpreted by the Ministry of Environmental Protection. Technical Specifications for Pollution Control of
Used Mineral Oil Recovery, Recycle and Reuse
1 Scope
This Standard specifies the pollution control technologies and environmental management requirements for the process of collection, transportation, storage, use and disposal of used mineral oil.
This Standard applies to the pollution control for the process of collection, storage, transportation, utilization and disposal of used mineral oil. It may be used as the guide for the siting, the engineering construction and the pollution control for the operation after construction, of the operators of used mineral oil.
2 Normative References
This Stand references the articles in the following documents. For undated reference documents, their valid editions apply to this Standard.
GB 8978, Integrated Wastewater Discharge Standard
GB 12348, Emission Standard for Industrial Enterprises Noise at Boundary GB 13015, Control Standard on Poly Chlorinated Biphenyls for Waste Slags GB 13271, Emission Standard of Air Pollutants for Boiler
GB 16297, Comprehensive Emission Standard of Air Pollutants
GB/T 17145, Technical Guides for Collection and Re-Refining of Used Oil GB 18484, Pollution Control Standard for Hazardous Wastes Incineration
GB 18597, Standard for Pollution Control on Hazardous Waste Storage
GB 18598, Standard for Pollution Control on the Security Landfill Site for Hazardous Wastes
HJ/T 55, Technical Guidelines for Fugitive Emission Monitoring of Air Pollutants HJ/T 91, Technical Specifications Requirements for Monitoring of Surface Water and Waste Water
HJ/T 166, Technical Specification for Soil Environmental Monitoring
HJ/T 176, Technical Specifications for Centralized Incineration Facility Construction on Hazardous Waste
HJ/T 373, Technical Specifications of Quality Assurance and Quality Control for Monitoring of Stationary Pollution Source
HJ/T 397, Technical Specifications for Emission Monitoring of Stationary Source Provisions on the Administration of Road Transport of Dangerous Goods (Order No. 9 of the Ministry of Transport in 2005)
Rules on Waterway Transport of Dangerous Goods (Order No. 10 of the Ministry of Transport in 1996)
Provisions on the Administration of Railway Transport of Dangerous Goods (Tie Yun [1995] No. 104)
Measures for the Administration of Permit for Operation of Dangerous Wastes (Order No. 408 of the State Council in 2004)
Measures for the Administration of Transfer Documents of Dangerous Wastes (Order No. 5 of State Environmental Protection Administration in 1999)
Policies on Pollution Prevention and Control Technology of Dangerous Wastes (Document No. 199 of State Environmental Protection Administration in 2001) Guide for Emergency Response Plans Prepared by Operators of Dangerous
Wastes (Announcement No. 48 of State Environmental Protection Administration in 2007)
Guide for Recording and Reporting Business Conditions of Operators of Dangerous Wastes (Announcement No. 55 of State Environmental Protection Administration in 2009)
3 Terms and Definitions
For the purposes of this Standard, the following terms and definitions apply. 3.1
used mineral oil
Mineral oil which is extracted and refined from petroleum, coal and oil shale and is unable to be used because the original physical and chemical properties change dur to external factors during the process of exploitation, processing and use. 3.2
Ship breaking, repairing and building shall be provided with oil fencing installations and used mineral oil collection installations. The articles containing oil which are generated in operation, shall not be piled up or dumped in water areas randomly.
6.6 Motor vehicle maintenance and mechanical maintenance
6.6.1 The operating sites of motor vehicle maintenance and mechanical maintenance shall be treated for seepage-proofing, and shall be provided with sunscreen and rain- proofing measures.
6.6.2 The operating sites of motor vehicle maintenance and mechanical maintenance shall be provided with special collection containers or installations of used mineral oil, and shall be provided with collection and treatment installations of floor flushing sewage.
7 Technical Requirements for Pollution Control of
Storage
7.1 The storage pollution control of used mineral oil shall be as specified in GB 18597. 7.2 The design and construction of storage facilities of used mineral oil shall comply with the design principles for storage of dangerous wastes, in addition to the design specifications for fire protection and dangerous article storage.
7.3 The storage facilities of used mineral oil shall be kept away from fire sources and prevented from high temperature and direct sunlight exposure.
7.4 Used mineral oil shall be stored in special facilities; inspection shall be carried out before storage; it shall not be mixed up with incompatible wastes; and it shall be stored based on category.
7.5 The floor within the storage facilities of used mineral oil shall be treated for seepage-proofing and provided with a collection and diversion system of used mineral oil to collect leaked used mineral oil caused by inadvertent operation. 7.6 When the containers of used mineral oil are used to contain liquid used mineral oil, sufficient expansion space shall be reserved with the reserved capacity not less than 5% of the total capacity.
7.7 The containers which contain used mineral oil shall be closed; oil storage tanks shall be provided with air pores to pre...

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