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SOLID WASTE PROCESSING AND DISPOSAL

CHAPTER 1200-01-07

(Rule 1200-01-07-.03, continued) (II)

Letter From Chief Financial Officer (Liability Coverage or Liability Coverage and Closure/Post-Closure)

(III)

Corporate Guarantee for Closure or Post-Closure Care

Authority: T.C.A. §§4-5-201, et seq., 68-203-103(b)(3), 68-211-102(a), 68-211-105(b), 68-211-105(c), 68-211-106(a)(1), 68-211-107(a), 68-211-111(d)(1), 68-211-111(d)(2), 68-211-116, 68-211-851(a), 68- 211-852, 68-211-853, and 68-211-861. Administrative History: Original rule certified June 7, 1974. Amendment filed February 1, 1990; effective March 18, 1990. Amendment filed May 26, 1993; effective July 10, 1993. Amendment filed April 22, 1997; effective July 6, 1997. Amendment filed April 17, 2000; effective July 1, 2000. Amendment filed July 27, 2001; effective October 10, 2001. Amendment filed September 29, 2003; effective December 13, 2003. Amendment filed May 23, 2006; effective August 6,

2006.

1200-01-07-.04

SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS FOR CLASS I, II, III, AND IV DISPOSAL FACILITIES.

  • (1)

    General

    • (a)

      Purpose and Scope- The purpose of this rule is to establish:

      • 1.

        The standards which Class I, II, III, and IV facilities must meet in order to obtain a

permit under the act for such activity; and

    • 2.

      The specific information required in Part II of the permit application for such facilities in order to demonstrate compliance with the appropriate standards and to provide other necessary information.

  • (b)

    Applicability - Except as otherwise specified in rule 1200-01-07-.02(1)(b) and (c), and unless a waiver(s) is obtained pursuant to rule 1200-01-07.01(5), the requirements of this rule apply as follows to Class I, II, III, and IV disposal facilities in Tennessee:

  • 1.

    Class I facilities shall be subject to all applicable requirements;

  • 2.

    Class I facilities permitted prior to March 18, 1990 shall not be subject to

paragraph (3) Buffer Zone Standards;

3.

Class II, III and IV facilities permitted prior to March 18, 1990 shall not be subject to the requirements of subparagraphs (n), (p), (q), (r), (u), (v), and (w) of paragraph (2) General Facility Standards, and paragraph (3) Buffer Zone Standards.

4.

All facilities shall be subject to applicable requirements of paragraph (9) when applying for a permit or permit modification as specified in rule 1200-01-07-.02.

(2)

    • 5.

      No Class IV facility permits will be issued after July 1, 2008.

  • (c)

    Project Supervision - A registered engineer must plan, design, and inspect the construction of any Class I, II, III, or IV disposal facility; also, a registered engineer must assist in the start-up of and outline correct operating procedures for any new or altered facility. Any registered engineer herein required shall be governed by the terms of T.C.A. §62-2.

General Facility Standards - Unless specifically noted otherwise, the standards of this paragraph apply to Class I, Class II, Class III, and Class IV disposal facilities.

May, 2010 (Revised)

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