SOLID WASTE PROCESSING AND DISPOSAL
Rule 1200-01-07-.04, continued)
from a 24 hour, 25 year storm and to divert through emergency spillways at least the peak flow resulting from a 24-hour, 100-year storm.
Collection and holding facilities associated with run-on and run-off control systems must be emptied or otherwise managed expeditiously after storms to maintain design capacity of the system.
Run-on and run-off must be managed separately from leachate unless otherwise approved by the Commissioner.
The operator must take other erosion control measures (e.g., temporary mulching or seeding, silt barriers) as necessary to control erosion of the site.
Dust Control - The operator must take dust control measures as necessary to prevent dust from creating a nuisance or safety hazard to adjacent landowners or to persons
engaged in supervising, suppressants (other than Department.
operating, and using the water) must be approved
The use of any dust
A facility may receive for disposal only those solid wastes it is allowed to manage under the terms of its permit.
Bulk or non-containerized liquid waste may not be placed in disposal facilities/units unless:
The waste is domestic waste; or
The waste is leachate or gas condensate derived from the disposal facilities/units which are designed with a liner and leachate collection system.
Containers holding facilities/units unless:
The container is a small container similar in size to that normally found in domestic waste;
The container is designed to hold liquids for use other than storage; or
The waste is domestic waste.
No landfill shall accept for disposal any whole tires. Tires received at class I, class II, class III and class IV disposal facilities shall be managed as follows:
Tires may be disposed of in the same manner as other waste after they have been shredded, chipped, chopped, sliced, or have been otherwise processed and are rendered not whole to effectively prevent floating.
May, 2010 (Revised)