SOLID WASTE PROCESSING AND DISPOSAL
Rule 1200-01-07-.04, continued) (II)
During such time the assessment plan is being developed during implementation of corrective action, and until the successful completion of corrective action, or until the Commissioner gives notice to cease, the owner or operator must conduct quarterly sampling and analysis for those parameters with a statistically significant increase.
Must characterize the nature and vertical and horizontal extent of the release by installing additional monitoring wells as necessary.
Must install at least one additional monitoring well at the facility boundary in the direction of contaminant migration and sample this well in accordance with part 6(iii)(II).
Must notify all persons who own the land or reside on the land that directly overlies any part of the plume of contamination if contaminants have migrated off-site as indicated by sampling of wells in accordance with part 6(iii)(IV) of this subparagraph.
May demonstrate that a source other than a SWLF unit caused the contamination, or that the statistically significant increase resulted from error in sampling, analysis, statistical evaluation, or natural
variation in ground water quality. demonstration must be certified by a
A report documenting this qualified ground water scientist.
program pursuant to part 6, and the Appendix II constituents are
may at or
to detection monitoring if background as specified
in part 6(iii)(III) of this demonstration is made, the
subparagraph. owner or operator
Until a successful must comply with part
6(iv) including initiating an assessment provided at part 7 of this subparagraph.
(VII) If the Commissioner determines, based on the results of the ground water quality assessment program, that no solid wastes or solid waste constituent from the facility have entered the ground water, then the owner or operator may, upon being so notified, reinstate the
detection monitoring subparagraph.
Any time during investigation, during assessment, or any time deemed necessary by the Commissioner, the owner or operator may be required to develop a corrective action plan or may be required to take specific actions for assessment or specific corrective actions the Commissioner deems necessary and appropriate.
Assessment of Corrective Measures
Within 90 days of finding that any of the constituents listed in Appendix II to this rule have been detected at a statistically significant level exceeding the ground water protection standards defined under 1200-01-07-.04 (7)(a)1 of this rule, the owner or operator must initiate an assessment of corrective measures. Such an assessment must be completed within a reasonable period of time.
May, 2010 (Revised)