The company generated more waste oil than allowed and failed to properly mark and label hazardous waste containers, retain adequate inspection logs, provide adequate secondary containment and to properly delineate and provide adequate signage at its waste oil storage area.
What does INL stand for?
INL stands for Inspection Log
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- Insects Not Known to Occur
- I'm Not Laughing
- Idaho National Laboratory
- Indian National League (political party; India)
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- Inner Nuclear Layer
- Institut des Nanotechnologies de Lyon (French: Lyon Institute of Nanotechnology; Lyon, France)
- Instituut voor Nederlandse Lexicologie
- Integral Non-Linearity
- Integrated News Layout
- International Falls, MN, USA - Falls International (Airport Code)
- International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory (Braga, Portugal)
- International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs Bureau (US Department of State)
- Internodal Link (Timeplex Equipment)
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- Idaho Nursery and Landscape Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
Keep reports and corrective action receipts filed with the monthly inspection logs.
A spokeswoman for Birmingham International Airport said an appeal had upheld a decision to dismiss two workers for "gross misconduct", including unauthorised absence, falsification of inspection logs and breach of trust.
The state said the company stored hazardous waste in a vehicle longer than the allowed five-day limit and failed to comply with certain requirements related to recording inspections, retaining inspection logs and filing a compliance certification for industrial wastewater discharges.
There also were issues with its weekly inspection log, he said.