SOLID WASTE PROCESSING AND DISPOSAL
(Rule 1200-01-07-.11, continued)
Performance Standards - The facility must be located, designed, constructed, and maintained, and closed in such a manner as to minimize to the extent practicable:
The propagation, harborage, or attraction of birds, flies, rodents, or other vectors;
The potential for releases of solid waste, solid waste constituents, or other potentially harmful material to the environment except in a manner authorized by state law;
The exposure of the public to potential health and safety hazards through uncontrolled or unauthorized public access;
The presence of odors that constitute a nuisance.
Control of Access and Use
The facility shall have a natural or an artificial barrier which completely surrounds
the active portion of the facility and must have a means to control entry, at all times, through the gate or other entrances to the active portion of the facility.
If open to the public, the facility shall have clearly visible and legible signs at the points of public access which indicate the hours of operation, the types of waste materials that either will or will not be accepted, emergency telephone numbers, schedules of charges (if applicable), and any other necessary information.
The facility shall have paved (paved includes compacted stone) access roads and parking areas. Traffic control signs shall be provided as necessary.
The facility shall have trained personnel present and on duty during operating hours to assure compliance with operational requirements and to prevent entry of unauthorized wastes.
There shall be no scavenging.
Scales for weighing all waste received at the facility shall be provided, unless the Commissioner approves an alternative method of measurement.
The facility shall have a leachate collection and removal system that is designed, constructed, and maintained such that all leachate from the waste receiving, storage, processing, and curing areas is collected. All washdown, stormwater or other water coming into contact with solid waste or compost must be collected and properly managed.
Leachate shall be reused in the process or otherwise properly managed as per all applicable laws and rules.
The type [defined at rule 1200-01-07-.11(4)(a)1] and source of solid waste to be received shall be determined and categorized for review. This listing shall be updated as appropriate.
The type and source of any additives to be used in the production of compost shall be specified.
May, 2010 (Revised)