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Vehicle Recycling General Permit Information

Fluid Storage Area

storage drums

Storing of vehicle fluids after draining and dismantling.

Establish a Fluid Storage Area for your facility.

The "Fluid Storage Area" shall be either indoors, or on an impervious surface that is contained and under cover. For example, a concrete pad with a berm to prevent fluid spills from leaving the pad that is located under a roof is acceptable.

All drained fluids must be placed in secondary containment and labeled for easy identification of contents.

All drained fluid shall be hauled off-site for recycling/disposal by a NJDEP licensed hauler. Receipts of recycling/disposal shall be kept onsite for a period of five years.

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