SOLID WASTE PROCESSING AND DISPOSAL
Rule 1200-01-07-.04, continued)
In the 100 year floodplain, unless the demonstration is made to the Commissioner as required at Rule 1200-01- 07-.04(2)(n); and
Sharps must be securely packaged in puncture-proof containers prior to landfilling.
Cultures and stocks of infectious agents and associated biologicals must not be landfilled unless and until they have been treated (e.g., autoclaved, incinerated) to render them non-infectious.
Human blood and blood products and other body fluids may not be landfilled. This restriction applies to bulk liquids or wastes containing substantive amounts of free liquids, but does not apply to simply blood- contaminated materials such as emptied blood bags, bandages, or “dirty” linens.
In wetlands, unless the demonstration is made to the Commissioner as required at Rule 1200-01-07-.04(2)(p).
each tire pile within a storage area was begun.
Tires or shredded tires may not be stored for more than one
(1) year operator
without the written approval of the Division. shall maintain records sufficient to establish the
Recognizable human organs and body parts may not be landfilled.
Dead animals may:
Not be disposed of in a Class II, Class III or Class IV disposal facility
except as may be specifically approved in writing by the Commissioner.
Be disposed of in Class I disposal facilities only if managed as follows:
Dead animals must be covered upon receipt with a minimum of two feet of cover and placed in an area which will receive additional waste and cover within 48 hours; or covered with three feet of compacted cover soil if placed in an area which will not receive additional waste and cover within 48 hours.
Dead animals must not be disposed of in an area of a landfill which will not accommodate a minimum of five feet of depth from the finished landfill surface elevation when final cover has been put in place.
Dead animals must be distributed for disposal over the landfill area in such a manner as to minimize the occurrences of future sinks and depressions in the final landfill cover caused by carcass decay.
Ash generated from municipal solid waste combustion (MSWC), may only be disposed of in a unit meeting all applicable standards for a Class II disposal facility, including a liner system and a leachate collection system. Such a unit may be located at a Class I facility.
May, 2010 (Revised)