SOLID WASTE PROCESSING AND DISPOSAL
Rule 1200-01-07-.04, continued)
The owner or operator complies with the ground water protection standard at all points within the plume of contamination that lie beyond the ground water monitoring well system established under part 3 of (a) of this paragraph.
Compliance with the ground achieved by demonstrating
water protection standard has been that concentrations of Appendix II
standard(s) for a period of three consecutive years using approved statistical procedures and performance standards. The Commissioner may specify an alternative length of time during which
Appendix II constituents have not exceeded protection standard(s) taking into consideration:
Extent and concentration of the release(s);
Behavior characteristics of the hazardous constituents in the ground water;
Accuracy of monitoring or modeling techniques, including any seasonal, meteorological, or other environmental variables that may affect the accuracy; and
Characteristics of the ground water.
All actions required to complete the remedy have been satisfied.
Upon completion of the remedy, the owner or operator must submit to the Commissioner within 14 days a certification that the remedy has been completed in compliance with the requirements of subpart (V) of this part. The certification must be signed by the owner or operator and by a qualified ground water scientist and approved by the Commissioner.
Class II Disposal Facilities – Class II disposal facilities must meet the same ground water protection/monitoring standards for Class I facilities in subparagraph (a) of this paragraph except that:
Class II disposal facilities are not required to perform the analysis for the volatile
organic compounds Commissioner.
Class II disposal facilities are not required to perform the analysis for the Appendix II parameters unless specifically required by the Commissioner.
Class II disposal facilities are required every six months to conduct the sampling and perform the analysis for all or certain indicator parameters selected by the Commissioner and to annually conduct sampling and analysis for parameters specified by the Commissioner to be characteristic of the wastes to be disposed at the facility.
Class II facilities are required to establish reliable background concentrations of
values against which future comparisons can be made. sample each well quarterly for the first year and analyze
The operator must each sample for the
May, 2010 (Revised)