Support Facility Pollution Prevention and Good Housekeeping

In addition to managing stormwater runoff, ALDOT is also responsible for managing hazardous materials, its wastes and spills associated with its support facilities. Wastes may include solid wastes and liquid wastes, either of which could be considered hazardous. Waste disposal methods include contract disposal, contract recycling and traditional public pick up. Non hazardous office and shop trash, paints, used tires and batteries, bulbs, herbicides, oils, grease, fuels, salts and other chemicals all have the potential to become pollutants if not properly managed. ALDOT’s product purchasing guidelines promote the reduction of unused hazardous and non hazardous waste products.

Tasks:

  • Create, maintain and communicate support facility management policies
  • Create, maintain and communicate product purchasing policies
  • Bureau related policy execution, quality control, internal reporting
  • Region related policy execution, quality control, internal reporting
  • Central Office related policy execution, quality control, internal reporting
  • Compliance assurance

Tasks Resources: Applicable Bureau, Applicable Region, Equipment Bureau and Materials and Tests Bureau