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NOTE:The applicable guidance documents include:

(1)Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Wastes Physical and Chemical Methods; US EPA, SW-846, 4th Edition;

(2)Waste Analysis Plans, A Guidance Document; US EPA, EPA/530-SW-84-012, October 1984;

(3)Procedures for Handling and Chemical Analysis of Sediment and Water Samples; US EPA/Corps of Engineers, May 1981;

(4)Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater; APHA/AWNA/WPCF, 19th Edition, 1998;

(5)Annual Book of ASTM Standards, Sections 5 and 11; ASTM, 1988;

(6)Methods for Chemical Analysis of Water and Wastes; US EPA, EPA 600/4-79-020, March 1983;

(7)Soil Sampling Quality Assurance User's Guide; US EPA 600/4-84-043, May 1984

(8)Methods for Evaluating the Attainment of Clean-up Standards, Volume 1, Soils and Solid Media; US EPA 230/02-89-042, February, 1989;

(9)Methods for Evaluating the Attainment of Clean-up Standards, Volume 2, Ground Water; US EPA 230-R-92-014, July, 1992;

(10) ASTM Designation: D 4994-89, "Standard Practice for Recovery of Viruses from Wastewater Sludges", 1992 Annual Book of ASTM Standards: Section 11;

(11) Yanko, W.A., "Occurrence of Pathogens in Distribution and Marketing Municipal Sludges", US EPA 600/1-87-014, 1987;

(12) An equivalent State or Federal guidance document as approved by the Department.

C.Specific Analytical Requirements for the Disposal or Beneficial Use of Solid Waste. Solid wastes proposed to be disposed at a solid waste disposal facility or processed or stored prior to disposal must be characterized in conformance with the requirements of this section unless otherwise approved by the Department based on specific characteristics. Residuals approved by the Department for agronomic utilization may be disposed in a landfill approved to accept the waste, without further analysis.

(1)Exemptions. The following quantities of the specific wastes listed are exempt from the analytical requirements of this subsection provided disposal occurs in a landfill licensed by the Department. Records of disposal must be kept by the landfill operator and reported in the facility's annual report.

(a)Non-recoverable oily waste:

(i)a total of 100 cubic yards per year in a secure landfill

(ii)a total of 10 cubic yards per year in a non-secure landfill

Chapter 405: Water Quality Monitoring, Leachate Monitoring, and Waste Characterization

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