SOLID WASTE PROCESSING AND DISPOSAL
Rule 1200-01-07-.04, continued) (I)
Within 14 days, give a notice to the Commissioner identifying the Appendix II constituents that have been detected.
Within 90 days and at least on a semiannual basis thereafter, re- sample all wells, conduct analyses for all constituents in Appendix I to this rule or in the alternative list approved in accordance with Rule
1200-01-07-.04(7)(a)5(i); and for those constituents in Appendix
this rule that
are detected in
response to subpart (ii) to the Commissioner.
of this part, At least
II to and one
sample from collected and
each well (upgradient and downgradient) analyzed during these sampling events.
If the concentrations of all Appendix II constituents are shown to be at or below background values, using the statistical procedures approved by the Commissioner for two consecutive sampling events, the owner or operator must notify the Commissioner and may return to detection monitoring upon approval by the Commissioner.
If the concentrations of any Appendix II constituents are above background values, but all concentrations are below the ground water protection standard, the owner or operator must continue assessment monitoring in accordance with this section.
If one or more Appendix II constituents are detected at levels above the ground water protection standard, or statistically significant levels if the standard is based on background concentrations, the owner or operator must within 14 days of this finding give notice to the Commissioner of the finding and identify the Appendix II constituents which have exceeded the general ground water protection standard. The owner or operator also:
Be capable of determining whether solid waste or solid waste constituents from the facility have entered the ground water, the rate and extent of migration of waste or waste constituents in the ground water, and the concentration in the ground water of such wastes or waste constituent(s):
Specify the number, location, and depth of wells; the sampling and analytical methods to be used for detecting the solid wastes and solid waste constituents in the ground water; the evaluative procedures, including any use of previously gathered ground water quality information; and a schedule of implementation and reporting to the Commissioner; and
Be certified by a qualified ground water scientist and
Include provisions for identifying all domestic and commercial water use within an area determined by the Commissioner.
Must, after giving the notice required by part 6(iv) above identifying Appendix II constituents which have exceeded the general ground water protection standard, develop and submit to the Commissioner in a timely manner for his approval a specific ground water quality
assessment plan Commissioner, the
ground water quality assessment plan must:
May, 2010 (Revised)