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Aspect - Impact Environmental Assessment Form

Saturn Electronics & Engineering, Inc.


Coopersville Plant

Means of achieving and/or Responsibility Time frame for


Prob/Freq Regulated or Significant
Environmental Impact Scale of Severity Significance method of monitoring for achieving achieving
Number Aspect Activities associated with aspect Control Method of other Aspect Objectives Targets
associated with aspect impact of impact Factor progress toward achieving objectives / objectives /
occurrence requirements? (Y/N)
objectives/targets targets targets
1 Transmission fluid Subcontracted delivery. Surface water pollution 5 5 Letter sent to supplier specifying 1 25 No N
delivery (Spillage from truck into our requirements
storm water sewer)
Soil and ground water 5 5 Slope of delivery area and 1 25 No N
contamination asphalt coverage of ground at
delivery point
2 Electricity usage All Usage of fossil or nuclear 2 4 none 5 40 No Y Increase efficiency and Reduce electricity Track the percent of sales D. Ross start tracking
fuels reduce unnecessary costs (as a percent of dollars that are spent on R. Miller in Jan 2003
electricity use sales) by 5% by Jan, electricity. Have a 5%
2004 (i.e. Motion reduction in this percentage
detectors for bathroom by Jan 2004 Add this to
lights, air compressor monthly QOS Measurables.
efficiency, HVAC Use the 2002 numbers as a
controls, etc) baseline

3 Chemical Storage Internal Waste Disposal (chemical Mixing of chemicals within 4 3 Chemical room access limited to 3 36 Yes, no mixing N Add labels to chemical D. Ross by 1/31/03
and Transport room, VFS final test, hydraulics storage barrels, causing Plant Engineer and 2nd shift permitted by room walls specifying
testing, Visteon audit) possible hazardous maintenance, who ensure correct disposal location of each barrel
combinations barrels are used company type
Review Site BLDI by 1/31/03
Identification form to
see if we need to
resubmit
Storage of waste while waiting for Surface water pollution 5 4 Waste hauler takes container 2 40 No N Review waste pickup Running inventory. D. Ross by 12/31/02
disposal company to pick up. (Spillage from container from chemical room (no storage schedule to ensure we
onto loading dock or into period on loading dock) don't exceed 100 kg
truck well) per month.
Storage of waste and "fresh" Leaks and spills into ground 4 3 All chemicals stored over steel 1 12 No N Characterize all wastes BLDI by 1/31/03
chemicals water lined cement spill containment
area in chemical room
Transporting waste from point of Spillage within building 2 2 Due Care used by personnel 3 12 No N
use to chemical room beyond chemical room
containment
Transporting "fresh" chemicals Spillage within building 2 2 Due Care used by personnel 3 12 No N
from loading dock to chemical beyond chemical room
room or from chemical room to containment
point of use within building (VFS
final test, hydraulics testing, wave
solder, Visteon audit)

Waste transport by sub-contracted Improper disposal 5 5 Licensed disposal company used 1 25 Yes, for disposal N
disposal company
Spillage along roads 5 5 Licensed disposal company used 1 25 Yes, for disposal N

In-house storage capacity for Possible surface and 4 4 Running inventory of capacity 1 16 Yes. 1320 N Stay below 1320 Running inventory. D. Ross Begin Jan
transmission and motor oil ground water contamination gallons gallons capacity at all 2003
if capacity is exceeded maximum times
allowed without
reporting
Write SPCC plan if we BLDI by 5/31/03
are over 1320 gallons
capacity
Handling and storage of universal Ground water 2 4 Universal wastes seperated and 3 24 Yes N Implement standard D. Johnson by 12/31/02
wastes contamination (landfill disposed of by licensed handler, operating procedure D. Ross
leachate) as per SOP 5151. (5151) for handling
universal and
hazardous wastes
4 Solder Emissions Wave solder, VFS/RFE solder pot, Air pollution 2 2 Periodic air quality testing 5 20 Yes, air permit N Determine if laws / BLDI to test emissions (ppm). BLDI by 2/28/03
(Tin, Lead, Flux) wave solder washer, operations may be required regulations require us Outside consultant review of
into atmosphere using solder irons to have permits under regulations.
MAERS.

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Aspect - Impact Environmental Assessment Form
Saturn Electronics & Engineering, Inc.
Coopersville Plant

Means of achieving and/or Responsibility Time frame for


Prob/Freq Regulated or Significant
Environmental Impact Scale of Severity Significance method of monitoring for achieving achieving
Number Aspect Activities associated with aspect Control Method of other Aspect Objectives Targets
associated with aspect impact of impact Factor progress toward achieving objectives / objectives /
occurrence requirements? (Y/N)
objectives/targets targets targets
Health risks to employees 5 3 Air (vacuum) exhaust at solder 1 15 Yes, OSHA N Perform testing on Testing by outside laboratory K. Stebbins by 1/31/03
due to overexposure to lead points maintenance
vapors employee. Use results
to determine future
action
5 Electronic ICT testers, Final testers, Rework Ground water 2 4 Metals separated and sold to 3 24 Yes, for listed N Set up barrels to Training of supervisors, T. Zerfas by 12/10/02
components, and Salvage contamination (landfill salvage company elements and separate materials. material handlers, plant
Plastic, Metals leachate) compounds only Investigate recycling engineer
dumped into trash companies
compactor
6 Transmission Fluid VFS final test, hydraulics testing Air pollution 2 2 none 5 20 Yes, air permit N Issue quote request for Unit installed Nov. 2002 D. Ross by 12/31/02
Vapor Emissions may be required vapor recovery system.
Install system if
feasable.
Ground water 2 3 none 5 30 Yes, air permit N Issue quote request for Unit installed Nov. 2002 D. Ross by 12/31/02
contamination (emissions may be required vapor recovery system.
condense on roof, then Install system if
washed into ground) feasable.
7 Transmission Fluid VFS final test, hydraulics testing Spillage within building 2 2 Trap pans under testers, 4 16 No N Write procedure to D. Johnson by 11/21/02
collects under beyond chemical room vacuumed up as necessary. specify containment D. Ross
testers containment Vacuum then emptied into and clean-up of spills
storage barrel in chemical room.

8 Wastewater Better Engineering parts washer, Surface water 3 3 Due Care used by personnel to 3 27 Yes, stormwater N Investigate using an oil D. Ross by 12/10/02
Disposal mop buckets, floor scrubber contamination. dispose wastewater only into runoff seperator to clean
sanitary sewer system wastewater before
disposal.

Evaluate BLDI By 12/31/02


Coopersville's water
ordinance

9 Disposal of oily rags Maintenance, VFS final test, Ground water 2 3 None for gloves. Subcontracted 4 24 No N
and gloves hydraulics testing contamination (landfill service for rags
leachate)
10 Storm water runoff Truck well, parking lot Surface water 2 2 none 5 20 Yes, stormwater N Write Emergency Plan D. Ross by 12/31/02
contamination (from oil) runoff K. Stebbins

Outside storage of pallets and Surface water 2 2 none 5 20 Yes, stormwater N Require protected No metals stored revise EMS monthly checklist J. Zerfas
metal contamination. runoff storage of metals. outside to include this requirement D. Johnson
(pallets will remain (11/22/02). BLDI to review BLDI
outside). Put Coopersville stormwater
Stormwater Pollution ordinance (by 12/31/02).
Prevention Plan in BLDI to determine if SWPPP
place is needed (by 1/31/03). If
needed, SWPPP to be
complete by 7/1/03

Outside storage of empty alcohol Surface water 2 2 none 5 20 Yes, stormwater N Write procedure to revise EMS monthly checklist J. Zerfas by 11/15/02
& flux containers and empty contamination. runoff specify that pallets of to include this requirement D. Johnson
spools for recycle pickup these containers must
be shrink wrapped,
including exposed tops

Contractors dispose of their scrap Surface water 2 2 none 3 12 Yes, stormwater N Explain our D. Ross when work is
when performing work for Saturn contamination runoff requirements to performed
contractors.
11 Transformers All Ground water 4 4 Transformers will be tested for 1 16 Yes, for disposal N Consumer's Power to 2/25/03: Consumers tested Consumer's by 7/31/03
containing PCBs contamination at disposal PCB content before disposal per test all unlabeled transformers. We are below Power
Michigan Administrative Code # transformers pcb threshold. Certification
R 299.3313 -3317 sticker to be applied to pig
Spring 2003.

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Aspect - Impact Environmental Assessment Form
Saturn Electronics & Engineering, Inc.
Coopersville Plant

Means of achieving and/or Responsibility Time frame for


Prob/Freq Regulated or Significant
Environmental Impact Scale of Severity Significance method of monitoring for achieving achieving
Number Aspect Activities associated with aspect Control Method of other Aspect Objectives Targets
associated with aspect impact of impact Factor progress toward achieving objectives / objectives /
occurrence requirements? (Y/N)
objectives/targets targets targets
Capacitors / Ballast Lighting fixtures, Durability testers Ground water 4 4 These will be disposed of as PCB 1 16 Yes, for disposal N Write disposal D. Johnson by 12/31/02
containing PCBs contamination at disposal hazardous waste procedure. D. Ross

12 Solder Dross Wave solder, Solder pots Ground water contamination 4 4 Only licensed disposal company 2 32 Yes, for disposal N
disposal used (for recycling)
13 Lawn Chemical Upkeep of building grounds Ground water contamination 2 2 No DEQ forbidden componds 1 4 No N Obtain certification K. Stebbins by 10/31/02
usage (sub-contracted) used by lawn service from lawn service J. Zerfas
Surface water 2 2 No DEQ forbidden componds 1 4 No N stating no forbidden
contamination. used by lawn service chemicals used
14 Paper and All Landfill usage 2 3 none 5 30 No Y Implement cardboard Reduce trash Monitor and graph how often K. Mercer Recycling
cardboard usage recycling. compactor volume by the trash container is D. Ross company to be
20% by Jan, 2004 changed (by month) starting S. Carlson chosen by
in Jan 2003 1/31/03
15 Conformal coating Electronics (John Deere module Air pollution 3 3 Performed outside, no point 5 45 Yes, SARA title N Get customer approval Check customer K. Baker by 2/14/03
of circuit boards only) discharges III, for current to use a coating that is requirements. If customer A. Hamelink
compound used more environmentally does not specify Humiseal,
(Humiseal) friendly use a different compound.
Review of new compounds is
in progress

16 Trash compactor All Surface water 2 2 none 5 20 No N Write instruction S. Carlson by 11/15/02
(excessive litter contamination. stating that area must D. Johnson
when changing be cleaned before new
container) container is placed.

17 Painting done Model Shop, Maintenance Air pollution 2 2 Performed outside, no point 3 12 No N
outside, no spray discharges
booth
Surface water 2 2 Performed outside, no point 3 12 No N
contamination. discharges
Ground water contamination 2 2 Performed outside, no point 3 12 No N
discharges
18 Miscellaneous use Research & Development Air pollution 2 2 Due care used by personnel 3 12 Yes, air permit Y Put policy in place that Reduce the number of Written policy and employee K. Stebbins Policy to be in
of hazardous Model Shop may be required no sales samples or hazardous chemicals training place by
chemicals other chemicals are to used by 10% by Jan, 10/31/02
Surface water 2 2 Due care used by personnel 3 12 Y be used until an 2004 Keep running inventory of D. Ross Inventory to be
contamination. environmental review different chemicals used complete by
is done. Also reduce 12/31/02.
Ground water contamination 2 2 Due care used by personnel 3 12 Y the number of Begin running
hazardous chemicals inventory in
used Jan 2003

19 Pesticide use Kill mice Surface water 3 3 Trap opening protected by 2 18 No N Current traps to be Traps to be removed D. Ross by 11/5/02
contamination building overhang removed. All future by 11/5/02
traps used to be
evaluated for
environmental impacts
before use (type of
poison and placement)

20 Lead (Pb) useage Soldering operations. Electric hi- Inventory (including 2 2 Environmental consultant (BLDI) 3 12 Yes, reportable if N Improve inventory Tighten the window for solder J. Zerfas by 12/31/02
lo. Electric transport cart. batteries) exceeds to perform initial assessment and 100 lbs. on site control of on-hand deliveries, through JBA and C. Sweers
permitted amount. Amount training of Saturn personnel in is exceeded quantity of solder working with supplier.
above permitted level TRI form R requirements (SARA
triggers TRI form R Title III)
reporting requirements

21 Use of chemicals Circuit board conformal coating. Air pollution 2 2 Due care used by personnel 3 12 Yes N see # 18 see # 18 Perform review of all MSDS BLDI by 7/31/03
that are reportable R&D activities. Maintenance sheets to determine which
under SARA Title III activities chemicals are above the
reporting threshold. Report
these chemicals as needed.
Surface and ground water 2 2 Due care used by personnel 3 12 Yes N
Prepare contingency plans.
contamination

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Aspect - Impact Environmental Assessment Form
Saturn Electronics & Engineering, Inc.
Coopersville Plant

Means of achieving and/or Responsibility Time frame for


Prob/Freq Regulated or Significant
Environmental Impact Scale of Severity Significance method of monitoring for achieving achieving
Number Aspect Activities associated with aspect Control Method of other Aspect Objectives Targets
associated with aspect impact of impact Factor progress toward achieving objectives / objectives /
occurrence requirements? (Y/N)
objectives/targets targets targets

Positive Aspects are hi-lighted Significant Aspects are


in GREEN hi-lighted in YELLOW

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Scale of Impact
How much of an impact will the aspect make on the environment?
How heavily will the impact (based on the given aspect) affect the environment?

Impact Type Scale


Hazardous effect on
5
environment
High effect 4
Medium 3
Low 2
None 1

Severity of Impact
Based on the Scale of impact, how severe is the impact?
Take into account how long the impact will have a negative effect.

Severity of Impact Scale


Hazardous 5
High 4
Medium 3
Low 2
None 1

Prob/Freq of Occurrence
How frequently will the specified impact occur?
Take into account:
a. Any control method(s) placed on the aspect and/or impact
b. The activities associated with the aspect and/or impact
c. How the activities are performed
d. Our history performing the activities.

Prob/Freq of Occur. Scale


Always 5
High 4
Medium 3
Remote 2
None 1

"Significance Factor" = (Scale of Impact) X (Severity of Impact) X (Prob/Freq of Occurrence)

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