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SOLID WASTE PROCESSING AND DISPOSAL

CHAPTER 1200-01-07

(Rule 1200-01-07-.11, continued)

  • (q)

    Compost from facilities subject to a full permit in this rule must meet the appropriate criteria for “compost disinfection” as defined in definitions at rule 1200-01-07-.01.

    • (3)

      Buffer Zone Standards for Siting New Facilities - All waste management areas shall be located so as to conform to the distance standards at rule 1200-01-07-.04(3)(a).

  • (4)

    Classification of Compost - Compost shall be classified based on type of waste processed, product maturity, amount of foreign material, and the concentration of heavy metals.

    • (a)

      Classification Criteria

  • 1.

    Type of waste processed

    • (i)

      Landscaping waste only

    • (ii)

      Landscaping waste and manure

    • (iii)

      Solid waste (may include sewage, sludge, and other solid waste)

Product maturity

(i)

Mature compost is a highly stabilized compost material that has been exposed to prolonged periods of decomposition. It will not reheat upon standing to greater than 20o C above ambient temperature. The material should be brown to black in color. This level of maturity is indicated by a reduction of organic matter of greater than 60 percent.

(ii)

Semi-mature compost is compost material that is at the mesophilic stage. It will reheat upon standing to greater than 20o C above ambient temperature. The material should be light to dark brown in color. This level of maturity is indicated by a reduction of organic matter of greater than 40 percent but less than or equal to 60 percent.

(iii)

Fresh compost is compostable material that has been through the thermophilic stage and has undergone partial decomposition. The material will reheat upon standing to greater than 20o C above ambient temperature. It has beneficial use, but proper care is needed as further

2.

3.

Compost shall be classified as either Type A Compost or Type B Compost

according to its metal content characterization as concentrations in finished compost shall not exceed Type B Compost below:

shown in this part.

Metal

the

concentrations shown in

of

maturity is

20

percent but

decomposition and stabilization will occur. indicated by a reduction of organic matter of less than or equal to 40 percent.

This level greater than

TYPE A COMPOST

TYPE B COMPOST

METAL

TOTAL METAL

TOTAL METAL

CONSTITUENT

CONCENTRATION

CONCENTRATION

(PPM)

(PPM)

Arsenic

10

16

Cadmium

3

39

Chromium

210

1200

Cobalt

200

200

Copper

300

1500

May, 2010 (Revised)

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