The commodity provides oil recovery services by seven distinct functions: bulk transport, booming, oily rag, spill debris, and oil filter (non-solid metal) disposal, inspections of oil/water separators, oil pumping, tank disposal and spill response services. All services comply with applicable federal, state and local regulations, for all activities in the Hampton Roads Area.
Do not allow your oil to get contaminated with solvents. It only takes less than an ounce of solvent to turn a 55-gallon drum of potentially recyclable oily waste into a costly hazardous waste. Always segregate your solvents from your oils and hydraulic fluids. When in doubt, error on the side of caution and do not mix wastes (hazardous waste will pick-up small items for disposal). If you would like further guidance please contact the Profile Chemist.
For client services such as non-routine work, new work, complaints or commendations please contact the Industrial Wastes' Technical Representative.
For client services in the Mid-Atlantic Region to determine policy on wastewater permits please contact the NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic Regional Environmental Group's Water Program Manager.
For information on proposed out year rates, please contact the NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic Norfolk Comptroller at (757) 444-3464.
|OIL SPILL PREVENTION||HR||$112.00|
|OIL SPILLS CLEAN-UP||HR||$185.15|
EXPLANATION OF FEES FOR OIL RECOVERY RATES
Oil Booming Service is billed on level of effort ($160.91/hr) and includes the booming material usage for no longer than three days.
Oily Rag disposal (no hazardous waste components present) is billed at $0.56/lb. For oily rags contaminated with hazardous components see costs of hazardous waste disposal.
Oil Spill Prevention (Pumping) is billed on a level of effort ($112.00/hr) for pumping of oily wastes. If the oily waste is found to have hazardous characteristics the client will have an additional charge for disposal. Disposal of wastes generated is based on the actual costs of disposal via the DRMO contract line item.
Oil Spill Clean Up, Tank Cleaning & Disposal, Oil/Water Separator Cleaning and Inspections are billed on level of effort ($185.15/hr). An additional charge for disposal applies. Disposal of wastes generated is based on the actual costs of disposal via the DRMO contract line item.