SOLID WASTE PROCESSING AND DISPOSAL
Rule 1200-01-07-.04, continued)
Overall Performance Standard - The facility must be located, designed, constructed, operated, maintained, closed, and cared for after closure in such a manner as to minimize to the extent practicable:
The propagation, harborage, or attraction of birds and flies, rodents, or other
The potential for explosions or uncontrolled fires;
The potential for releases of solid wastes, solid waste constituents, or other potentially harmful materials to the environment except in a manner authorized by state and local air pollution control, water pollution control, and/or waste management control agencies; and
The exposure of the public to potential health and safety hazards through uncontrolled or unauthorized public access.
Control of Access and Use
The facility must have an artificial or natural barrier which completely surrounds the active portion of the facility and must have a means to control entry, at all times, through the gate or other entrances to the active portion of the facility.
If open to the public, the facility must have clearly visible and legible signs at the points of public access which indicate the hours of operation, the types of waste materials that either will or will not be accepted, emergency telephone numbers, schedule of charges (if applicable), and any other necessary information.
If the facility is open to the public, or if it is otherwise necessary for proper operation, roads within the facility, easements, and parking areas shall be designed, constructed, and maintained so as to be accessible in all weather conditions. Traffic control signs shall be provided as necessary to promote an orderly traffic pattern to and from the solid waste discharge area to maintain efficient operating conditions.
The facility must have trained personnel present and on duty at all times it is in operation to assure compliance with operational requirements and to prevent entry of unauthorized wastes.
Class I landfill facilities shall have a certified operator or attendant on site during the hours of operation who is trained and certified as provided at Rule 1200-01- 07-.12.
There must be no scavenging at the facility.
Any salvaging or recycling
operations must be conducted at safe, designated areas (not the working face) and times, and in a sanitary manner.
Except as may be specifically authorized by the Department:
The operator the facility. extinguished.
not permit or engage in open burning of solid wastes at open burning that does occur must be immediately
May, 2010 (Revised)