SOLID WASTE PROCESSING AND DISPOSAL
(Rule 1200-01-07-.10, continued)
There is no storage of solid waste at the facility except in containers, bins, or on paved surface designed for such storage;
All litter shall be collected at the beginning and end of each working day. Incidents of illegal dumping shall be referred to local authorities and addressed in the annual revision of the solid waste plan.
Facility supervision - Trained personnel must always be present during operating hours. Training will be established as per T.C.A. §68-211-853.
Convenience centers shall not be located within wetlands, unless the owner or operator makes the applicable demonstrations to the Commissioner as referenced at Rule 1200-01-07-.04(2)(p).
The facility must not be located in a 100 year floodplain, unless the demonstration is made to the Commissioner as required at Rule 1200-01-07- .04(2)(n).
The facility must not cause or contribute to the taking of any endangered or threatened species of plants, fish or wildlife; or result in the destruction or adverse modification of a critical habitat.
New convenience centers must not be located within fifty (50) feet of streams. In order to protect these, the area within the fifty feet must have a stable vegetative cover.
e facility shall not receive special waste unless approval is received from the
Department in writing. Approval will require the construction of special containment areas.
The facility shall not receive medical waste.
Municipal Solid Waste Collection and Plan
Annually each solid waste disposal region shall revise the local plan as required by
C.A. §68-211-814. This annual revision shall consider:
Survey of roadside dumps;
Alternative systems available;
Volume of waste received or collection by the existing systems.
This report shall be submitted to the Department of Environment and Conservation by
March 31 of each year.
Matching rates for convenience center grants shall be determined using the mean of a county’s rank for equalized property tax generation and per capita income. Property tax generation shall be the equalized value of property as published in the Tennessee State Tax Aggregate Report by the State Board of Equalization. Per capita income
May, 2010 (Revised)