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SOLID WASTE PROCESSING AND DISPOSAL

CHAPTER 1200-01-07

(Rule 1200-01-07-.01, continued)

support, a prevalence of vegetation typically adapted for life in saturated soil conditions. Wetlands generally include swamps, marshes, bogs and similar areas.

“White goods” means discarded refrigerators, ranges, washers, water heaters, and other similar domestic and commercial appliances.

“Working face” means that portion of a land disposal facility where solid wastes are discharged and are spread and compacted.

  • (3)

    Classification of Disposal Facilities

    • (a)

      Class I Disposal Facility refers to a sanitary landfill which serves a municipal, institutional, and/or rural population and is used or to be used for disposal of domestic wastes, commercial wastes, institutional wastes, municipal solid wastes, bulky wastes, landscaping and land clearing wastes, industrial wastes, construction/demolition wastes, farming wastes, shredded automotive tires, dead animals, and special wastes.

  • (b)

    Class II Disposal Facility refers to a landfill which receives waste which is generated by one or more industrial or manufacturing plants and is used or to be used for the disposal of solid waste generated by such plants, which may include industrial wastes, commercial wastes, institutional wastes, farming wastes, bulky wastes, landscaping and land clearing wastes, construction/demolition wastes, and shredded automotive tires. Additionally a Class II disposal facility may also serve as a monofill for ash disposal from the incineration of municipal solid waste.

  • (c)

    Class III Disposal Facility refers to a landfill which is used or to be used for the disposal of farming wastes, landscaping and land clearing wastes, demolition/construction waste, shredded automotive tires, and/or certain wastes having similar characteristics and approved in writing by the Department.

    • (d)

      Class IV Disposal Facility refers to a landfill which is used or to be used for the disposal of demolition/construction wastes, shredded automotive tires, and certain wastes having similar characteristics and approved in writing by the Department.

  • (4)

    Special Waste Approval Process

  • (a)

    Applicability - The procedures and other requirements of this paragraph shall apply only to all permitted Class I, Class II, Class Ill and Class IV disposal facilities and all permitted solid waste processing facilities.

  • (b)

    General Requirement - Except as may be specifically allowed in the permit, an operator may not accept for processing or disposal at his facility any special waste unless and until specifically approved to do so in writing by the Department. Facilities shall not process or dispose of special waste for which approval by the Department has expired. Special waste generators shall not send off-site to processing or disposal facilities special waste for which approval by the Department has expired, unless the facility has specific authority in the permit to accept such waste.

(c)

Procedures

1.

Persons who generate and wish to process or dispose of a special waste must make application to the Commissioner for waste evaluation. Also such persons who generate and wish to process or dispose of sludges, bulky wastes, pesticide wastes, medical wastes, industrial wastes, hazardous wastes which are not subject to regulations under Department rule 1200-01-11-.03 through rule 1200- 01-11-.07, liquid wastes, friable asbestos wastes, and combustion wastes, must

May, 2010 (Revised)

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