SOLID WASTE PROCESSING AND DISPOSAL
(Rule 1200-01-07-.11, continued)
The operator shall design, construct, and maintain a run-on control system capable of preventing the 25 year, 24 hour storm from flowing onto all operational and storage areas.
The operator shall design, construct, and maintain a run-off management system capable of minimizing impact to adjoining properties during the 25 year, 24 hour storm.
Dust Control - The operator must take dust control measures as necessary to prevent dust from creating a nuisance or safety hazard to adjacent landowners or to persons
engaged in supervising, suppressants (other than Department.
operating, and using the water) must be approved
The use of any dust
Run-off shall be managed separately from leachate unless otherwise approved by the Commissioner.
Endangered Species - Facilities shall be located, designed, constructed, operated,
maintained, closed, and cared for during the post-closure care period in a manner that does 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 the critical habitat of endangered or threatened species.
Location in Floodplains- Facilities shall 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).
Wetlands - The facility shall not be located in a wetland unless the demonstration is made to the Commissioner as required at rule 1200-01-07-.04(2)(p).
Closure - The facility must meet closure requirements described herein. The facility is finally closed by removal of all solid wastes and solid waste residues for proper disposal. The operator must notify the Commissioner in writing of his completion of closure of the facility. Such notification must include a certification by the operator that the facility has been closed by removal of all the solid waste and residues. Within 21 days of the receipt of such notice the Commissioner shall inspect the facility to verify
that closure has been completed. Commissioner shall approve the closure considered final and complete until such
Within 10 days of such verification, the in writing to the operator. Closure shall not be approval has been made.
The owner/operator of a compost facility permitted pursuant to 1200-01-07-.02(2) shall file with the Commissioner a performance bond or equivalent cash or securities, payable to the State of Tennessee. Such financial assurance is intended to ensure that adequate financial resources are available to the Commissioner to insure 30 days
operation and proper closure of the facility.
types of specified
financial assurance in rule 1200-01-07- set forth in T.C.A.
§68-211-116 and at rule 1200-01-07-.03(3)(b).
May, 2010 (Revised)