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06-096DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

(b)Oil, coal, wood (including ash from burn piles at licensed or exempt solid waste facilities) and multifuel boiler ash:

(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

(2)Miscellaneous Wastes. All wastes other than non-recoverable oily wastes, ashes, pulp and paper mill sludges and POTW sludges must be analyzed for the following:

(a)Complete Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP) (per US EPA Method 1311, Federal Register/Volume 55, No. 126);

(b)Totals for Aluminum, Arsenic, Barium, Boron, Cadmium, Chromium, Copper, Lead, Mercury, Molybdenum, Nickel, Selenium, Silver, and Zinc (per Methods in US EPA SW-846);

(c)Chloride, percent carbon, percent moisture, pH, phosphorus;

(d)Reactivity Characteristics;

(e)Ignitability Characteristics; and

(f)Additional parameters as identified by the applicant or the Department. These additional parameters must be based upon the raw material, the proposed activity, or the facility.

(3)Non-Recoverable Oily Waste. The requirements of this section will apply to the handling of non-recoverable oily waste. For the purposes of this section, non-recoverable oily waste will mean oil or gasoline spill debris, waste oil contaminated soil, and oil or gasoline soaked soil from the cleanup of leaking underground storage tanks (USTs).

(a)Gasoline contaminated soils and debris. All gasoline contaminated soils and debris, generated from remedial activities of underground storage tanks (USTs) (defined and regulated under 40 CFR Parts 261 and 280) must be analyzed by the TCLP for lead only. Contaminated soils and debris from surface storage facilities and surface spills must be analyzed by the TCLP for lead and benzene only. Analysis must be conducted at a frequency of one sample per source or per five hundred (500) tons, whichever is more frequent. If knowledge of the product and site history indicate that leaded gasoline was not stored at the site, TCLP-lead analysis will not be required.

(b)Waste oil contaminated soils and debris.

(i)soil contaminated with waste oil from remedial activities of USTs must be analyzed: as follows:

TCLP for metals and herbicides/pesticides,

Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs),

Corrosivity (as pH),

Reactivity, and

Total Organic Halogens (TOX).

(ii)contaminated soils and debris from surface storage facilities and surface spills must also be analyzed by the TCLP for volatiles and semi-volatiles.

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

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