(1) Compliance with this chapter shall not excuse a transporter from compliance with other applicable Florida laws and Florida Department of Transportation rules.
    (2) A transporter of PCW destined for recovery shall be a hazardous waste transporter in compliance with Rule 62-730.170, F.A.C., or receive a DEP/EPA ID number by notifying the Department on EPA Form 8700-12 of its intent to transport PCW.
    (3) A transporter who is not a producer or who does not engage in the ultimate recovery of product from PCW shall not store PCW for more than 35 days.
    (4) A transporter that stores PCW in containers and tanks not required to be registered in accordance with Chapter 62-761 or 62-762, F.A.C., shall comply with the requirements in subsection 62-740.100(2), F.A.C.
    (5) A transporter that stores PCW in tanks required to be registered in accordance with Chapter 62-761 or 62-762, F.A.C., shall manage the tanks in accordance with the applicable requirements for the storage of pollutants as specified in the above chapters.
    (6) A transporter shall keep an operating record of the following PCW related activities for 3 years and make the records available to the Department upon request:
    (a) Name and location of the person shipping the PCW.
    (b) Date the PCW was picked up.
    (c) Volume of the PCW transported.
    (d) Name and location of the person receiving the PCW.
    (e) Delivery date of the PCW.
    (f) A copy of the shipping paper used for the shipment of the PCW.
    (7) A transporter shall not mix or commingle PCW with any other material not identified in paragraph 62-740.030(1)(a), F.A.C., or defined as PCW.
Rulemaking Authority 376.303, 403.721 FS. Law Implemented 376.30, 376.302, 376.303, 403.702, 403.704, 403.72, 403.721 FS. History—New 12-18-95.