SOLID WASTE PROCESSING AND DISPOSAL
(Rule 1200-01-07-.13, continued)
The requirements of this rule apply to land application facilities in Tennessee. Except as specifically provided elsewhere in these rules, no person may land apply solid waste without a permit as provided in rule 1200-01-07-.02(1)(b)1.
The land application of landscaping and landclearing wastes and farming wastes are exempt from the permit requirements of this rule.
The land application of solid wastes from food processing facilities are subject to the requirements to have a permit-by-rule.
Land application of all other solid wastes will be subject to rule 1200-01-07- .02(1)(b)3(xxii).
Notification Requirements – The operator must comply with the notification requirements of rule 1200-01-07-.02(1)(c)1(vi). The operator must make attachments to the notification as follows:
The operator attaches a written narrative to his notification describing the specific manner in which the facility complies with rule 1200-01-07-.13 paragraph (2)(a) through 1200-01-07-.13 paragraph 2(g) – inclusive.
The operator attaches any sampling, monitoring, or other plans required by these rules or by the Commissioner.
The operator of an existing permit-by-rule land application facility must modify the notification if:
Adding a waste stream from a new generator, or a waste stream from an existing generator which has not been previously approved for land application at that site; or
Adding new acreage to the land application operations.
Unless specifically noted otherwise, the standards of this paragraph shall apply to all land application facilities subject to a permit-by-rule as provided at rule 1200-01-07-.13(1).
The facility must be constructed, operated, maintained, and closed in such a manner as to minimize:
The propagation, harborage, or attraction of flies, rodents, or other disease vectors;
The potential for releases of solid wastes or solid waste constituents to the environment except in a manner authorized by state and local air pollution control, water pollution control and/or waste management agencies; and
The potential for harm to the public through unauthorized or uncontrolled access.
Design Standards – In addition to satisfaction of the performance criteria detailed in paragraph (2)(a) of this rule, land application facilities must be designed and constructed in compliance with Tennessee rule 1200-01-07-.13.
May, 2010 (Revised)