Florida Used Oil Management: What you need to know

Governing Law and Regulations

Used oil statutes: Florida Statutes (FS) 403.75 to 403.769

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Used oil management regulations: Florida Administrative Code (FAC) 62-710.201 to 62-710.901

Forms for used oil management: FAC 62-710.901 and FAC 62-730.900

Used oil definitions: FAC 62-710.201

Prohibitions: FAC 62-710.401

Registration and notification: FAC 62-710.500

Recordkeeping and annual reports: FAC 62-710.510

Recordkeeping: FAC 62-710.510(1) to 62-710.510(4)

Annual reports: FAC 62-710.510(5) and FAC 62-710.510(6)

Permit requirements for processors: FAC 62-710.800

Application: FAC 62-710.800(1) to 62-710.800(4)

Closure plan: FAC 62-710.800(5)

Financial assurance obligations: FAC 62-710.800(6)

Transporter certification: FAC 62-710.600

Applicability: FAC 62-710.600(1)

Process: FAC 62-710.600(2) and FAC 62-710.600(3)

Training program: FAC 62-710.600(2)

Financial responsibility: FAC 62-710.600(2)(e)

Used oil filters (UOFs): FAC 62-710.850

Overview of UOF requirements: FAC 62-710.850(1) to 62-710.850(3)

UOF storage: FAC 62-710.850(5)

UOF processors: FAC 62-710.850(4)

Regulatory Agency

Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Division of Waste Management Bureau of Solid and Hazardous Waste Hazardous Waste Regulation Section

See ADDRESSES & CONTACTS for addresses and telephone numbers.

See national section for basic information and federal regulations.

Comparison: State vs. Federal

Rules. Florida incorporates by reference the federal used oil management standards and includes standards more stringent than the federal rules. The additional state rules are in connection with forms, prohibitions, registration of used oil handlers, recordkeeping and reporting requirements for used oil handlers, permitting and financial assurance requirements ...

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