SOLID WASTE PROCESSING AND DISPOSAL
(Rule 1200-01-07-.02, continued) (I)
The activities conducted or to be conducted by the applicant which require him to obtain a permit under this rule and the general types of wastes handled or to be handled;
The name, mailing address, and location of the facility for which the application is submitted;
The name, mailing address, and telephone number of the applicant and, if the applicant is a government agency, corporation, company, or partnership, that of the process agent or other person who will serve as the primary contact with the Department;
If different from the applicant, the name, mailing address, and telephone number of the land owner, along with a signed letter from such owner to the Department allowing access to the property for such investigations as may be necessary to determine its suitability as a composting facility;
The name, mailing address, and telephone number of the zoning authority of jurisdiction (if any), and the current zoning status of the
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topographic map which clearly indicates the location of the facility.
The Part II compost facility permit application shall consist of those reports, plans and specifications, or other documentation necessary to provide the information specified in rule 1200-01-07-.11(5). The master plan, design plan, and narrative description of the facility and operation are components of the Part II application and each must be prepared by a registered engineer. Any registered engineer herein required shall be governed by the terms of T.C.A. Title 62, Chapter 2.
Recertification by Disposal Facility Permittees for Facilities Whose Initial Operation is Delayed
If the facility does not initiate construction and/or operation within one year of the date a permit (issued pursuant to paragraph (3) of this rule) becomes effective, the permittee must submit a letter to the Commissioner 180 days prior to construction which either:
Certifies that the information submitted in the permit application is still accurate and complete; or
Identifies those changes that have occurred in the information submitted in the permit application.
Such letter must be signed as set forth in part (a) 8 of this paragraph.
Upon his receipt of such letter or other information that indicates that a change has occurred in the information submitted in the permit application, the Commissioner shall:
Determine if cause exists under paragraph (5) of this rule to modify, to revoke and reissue, or to terminate the permit; and
May, 2010 (Revised)