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Petro-Chem Processing Group of Nortru, LLC License Information
Issuance of Hazardous Waste Management Facility Operating License Renewal License for Petro-Chem Processing Group of Nortru, LLC
Regulatory oversight of the Petro-Chem facility is conducted by the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) and the Great Lakes Water Authority. Petro-Chem is required to comply with state and federal hazardous waste regulations for the management of hazardous waste. Frequent inspections are conducted by EGLE’s hazardous waste program to ensure compliance with these laws. Inspections are also conducted by EGLE’s Air Quality Division. Extensive monitoring of Petro-Chem's discharge to the sewer system is conducted by the Great Lakes Water Authority.
Petro-Chem has been licensed for its hazardous waste storage and treatment activities since 1999. Petro-Chem is one of fourteen hazardous waste treatment storage and disposal facilities across Michigan. Together, these facilities provide treatment, storage, and disposal options to commercial, industrial, and municipal hazardous waste generators. There are approximately 22,500 hazardous waste generators in the Wayne County area. Petro-Chem is one of seven operating treatment, storage, and disposal facilities in the Wayne County area. Explore the vicinity map depicting the hazardous waste generators and licensed hazardous waste treatment, storage, and disposal facilities in the greater Wayne County area.
EGLE issues operating licenses for the management of hazardous waste in accordance with state and federal law. If the applicant proposes a facility that will meet the requirements of the hazardous waste regulations, EGLE is obligated by law to issue the license. While EGLE must issue a license to a compliant facility, EGLE has some discretion in developing license conditions to add safety measures to protect the community. Where hazardous waste facilities coexist with residential communities, EGLE strives to use that discretion to minimize the impact the facility will have on the quality of life of the residents in the neighboring communities.
On December 18, 2012, EGLE, Materials Management Division (MMD) issued the current Petro-Chem Hazardous Waste Operating License. The final license and attachments are available electronically below. These documents are also available for review at:
- EGLE, MMD, 525 West Allegan Street, Lansing, MI 48909 (contact Vickie Terry; TerryV2@Michigan.gov; or 517 284 /6546).
- EGLE, MMD, Warren District Office, 27700 Donald Court, Warren, MI 48092 (contact Jennifer Block; 586 606 2234, BlockJ4@Michigan.gov).
For questions regarding the hazardous waste license and renewal application , please contact Tianna Kilgore, Environmental Engineer, Engineering and Program Support Unit, Hazardous Waste Section, MMD, at KilgoreT@Michigan.gov; or 517-230-4395.
Final Petro-Chem Renewal License - December 18, 2012
Petro-Chem License Attachments
- Attachment 1 - Waste Analysis Plan
- Attachment 2 - Inspection Schedule
- Attachment 3 - Personnel Training
- Attachment 4 - Contingency Plan
- Attachment 5 - Closure Plan
- Attachment 6 - Engineering Plans and Specifications
- Attachment 7 - Containers
- Attachment 8 - Tanks
- Attachment 9 - Process Descriptions
- Attachment 10 - Treatment Description
- Attachment 11 - Environmental Monitoring Programs