LOS ANGELES COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT: HAZARDOUS WASTE CHARACTERIZATION, COLLECTION, AND DISPOSAL AND PETROLEUM FUEL DISPENSING SYSTEMS. Provide professionalservices including but not limited to hazardous waste characterization,collection and disposal during the period of this Agreement for any and/or allof the following locations including satellite campuses and additional areasidentified by college personnel. This invitation for bid provides for the following professional services at allDistrict locations:A. Disposition of hazardous wastes generated in the course of collegeeducational, operations and maintenance activities;B. Routine testing and calibration, including associated minormaintenance, of aboveground petroleum fuel storage tanks (AST’s)pursuant to California Air Resources Board (CARB) Rule No. 461,including tank preparation for maintenance and transfer offlammable/combustible liquid contents, as necessary;C. Limited decontamination of facilities in support of the District’s PestControl Program;D. Limited emergency containment, control, and clean-up of spillscomprised of hazardous substances, including subsequentdecontamination of District facilities affected by such spills;E. Abatement of surplus hazardous substances in support of constructionand demolition projects;F. Transfer of bulk hazardous substances from a storage area, facility, orcampus to another location within the District;G. Decanting mixtures of liquids and solids or two immiscible liquids inpreparation for shipment, treatment, storage, and/or disposal.H. Periodic servicing of grease traps, clarifiers, and pre-neutralization(limestone chips collection and replacement) sumps liquid and solidwastes;I. Identification, analytical testing, field testing, characterization,packaging, labeling, shipment, treatment, and disposal of hazardoussubstances that may exhibit the following characteristics or that maycomprise one or more of the following materials:1. Aerosols;2. Aldehydes and formalin;3. Antifreeze;4. Asbestos-containingmaterials;5. Chlorinated solvents;6. Compressed gascylinders;7. Corrosive liquids andsolids;8. Dioxins;9. Empty contaminatedcontainers;10. Explosive substances;11. Flammable/combustibleliquids;12. Flammable/combustiblesolids13. Glycols;14. Lead-acid storagebatteries;15. Lead-containingmaterials;16. Medical wastes and otherpotentially infectiousmaterials;17. Mercury compounds /debris and elementalmercury;18. Organic peroxides;19. Oxidizers - liquids andsolids;20. Paints/paint-relatedwastes (oil);21. Paints and paint-relatedwastes (water) 22. Petroleum distillates; J. Additional analytical testing as may be required by a regulatory oremergency response agency or treatment, storage, and disposalfacility.K. Limited consultation and labor services in support of the District’sHazardous Materials Disclosure / Hazardous Waste GeneratorPrograms, including:1. Audits;2. Chemical inventories;3. Spill Prevention, Control and Counter Measures, including limiteddecontamination;4. Decanting mixtures;5. Confined space entry;6. General consolidation of compatible hazardous waste streams;7. Hazardous waste storage area and petroleum fuel tank inspections;8. DOT / HAZWOPER / MEDICAL WASTE Training;9. Hazardous Waste Summaries and EPA ID No. Verifications; and10. Other Regulatory Records, Reports, and Notifications; and11. Training.