10107 S. Highway 79
Hannibal, MO 63401-7859
Permanent Hard Copy Location(s)
Location of hard copies of regulatory mechanism(s) and any modifications, reports and other supporting documents.
Green America Recycling LLC Final Class 3 Hazardous Waste Permit Modification Appeal Period, Nov. 10, 2022 to Dec. 10, 2022
200 S. Fifth St.
Hannibal, MO 63401
The facility name is Green America Recycling LLC (Green America), located at 10107 Highway 79 in Hannibal; however, the regulate activities are performed by both Continental Cement Co. LLC and Green America Recycling LLC. Continental Cement operates a dry process cement kiln, which produces clinker, the main ingredient in Portland cement. Continental Cement uses mainly pulverized coal to heat their kiln. To supplement its fuel needs, Continental Cement also uses non-hazardous waste fuels, such as used oil, and a variety of liquid and solid hazardous waste-derived fuels.
Most of the hazardous waste comes from off-site hazardous waste generators or third party hazardous waste blenders or brokers. Green America Recycling LLC operates the hazardous waste treatment and storage facility at the permitted facility. Green America Recycling LLC receives the hazardous waste by both truck and railcar, “blends” the waste with other hazardous waste to meet fuel specifications, and stores the resulting wastes in tanks until they are used as liquid fuel. Continental Cement and Green America Recycling LLC are operating under two hazardous waste permits, one issued by the department and one issued by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)The department issued the Missouri Hazardous Waste Management Facility Part I Permit, effective Nov. 18, 2019. EPA issued the Hazardous and Solid Waste Amendments Part II Permit, effective Oct. 13, 1999.
The permits issued to the Green America facility require corrective action in the event there is a release of hazardous waste or hazardous constituents to the environment. There have been no releases or need for remediation at this site.
Closure & Cleanup
Listed below are the currently effective regulatory mechanism(s) and any modifications, institutional controls and any supporting documents regarding this property that the department currently has available in electronic form. The department realizes some of the electronic files can be quite large, which may result in long download times for individuals with slow internet connections. If you have any problems accessing these documents, please contact the department’s Waste Management Program by telephone at 573-751-5401 or 800-361-4827, or by email at email@example.com.
You can review printed copies of all regulatory agreements, reports and other supporting documents at the department’s Elm Street Conference Center in Jefferson City, Missouri. To review or obtain copies of the department’s files, please submit a Sunshine Law Request.