SOLID WASTE PROCESSING AND DISPOSAL
(Rule 1200-01-07-.13, continued)
The land application of waste must not result in an accumulation of harmful levels of waste constituents in crops or in the environment. It must be demonstrated that the rate at which waste is to be land applied will not result in an accumulation of harmful levels of waste constituents or waste degradation by- products in the receiving soils, produced crops, or in the environment.
The soils analytical data, the waste constituent analytical data and waste application rate calculations must be included as an attachment to the permit-by- rule notification.
Land application methods must be appropriate for the waste being land applied. Wastes which have a potential for attraction of vectors or for the generation of objectionable odors must be immediately incorporated into the soil matrix, either through direct injection or tilling.
Except as provided at part (b)1 of this paragraph, there must be no storage of solid wastes at the facility.
Wind dispersal of solid wastes at or from the facility must be adequately controlled.
The facility must be operated in a manner such that the rate at which waste is to be land applied would be at a rate beneficial to crop production.
The facility must submit a sampling plan for the periodic monitoring for waste materials, waste constituents in soil, and in surface waters. In this plan, the facility must propose a sampling frequency, proposed parameters and indicate the report format in which it will be submitted.
Ground water monitoring may be required by the Commissioner. If groundwater monitoring is required by the Commissioner, a groundwater monitoring plan must be submitted for approval.
Recordkeeping Requirements – The operator must maintain for the operational life of the facility the following records:
A list of all generators of solid wastes land applied by the permittee; and
For each solid waste stream land applied, the total quantity applied, and the number of acres to which the waste was applied.
Annual Reporting – On or before March 1 of each year, the operator
submit to minimum,
Division an annual report. following information:
The full name and permanent mailing address of the permittee;
The street address(es) for all locations at which the permittee has land
applied solid wastes during the previous calendar year;
A list of all generators of solid wastes land applied by the permittee during the previous calendar year;
May, 2010 (Revised)