SOLID WASTE PROCESSING AND DISPOSAL
Rule 1200-01-07-.04, continued)
remedy will prove successful based on consideration of the following:
Magnitude of reduction of existing risks;
Magnitude of residual risks in terms of likelihood of further releases due to waste remaining following implementation of a remedy;
The type and degree of long-term management required, including monitoring, operation, and maintenance;
Short-term risks that might be posed to the community, workers, or the environment during implementation of such a remedy, including potential threats to human health and the environment associated with excavation, transportation, and re-disposal or containment;
Time until full protection is achieved;
Potential for exposure of humans and environmental receptors to remaining wastes, considering the potential threat to human health and the environment associated with excavation, transportation, re-disposal, or containment;
Long-term reliability of the engineering and institutional controls; and
Potential need for replacement of the remedy.
The effectiveness of the remedy in controlling the source to reduce further releases based on consideration of the following factors:
The extent to which containment practices will reduce further releases;
May, 2010 (Revised)
Expected operational reliability of the technologies;
Need to coordinate with and obtain necessary approvals and permits from other agencies;
Availability of necessary equipment and specialists; and
Available capacity and location of needed treatment, storage, and disposal services.
The extent to which treatment technologies may be used.
e degree to which community concerns are addressed by a
The ease or difficulty of implementing a potential remedy(s) based on consideration of the following types of factors:
Degree of technology;