SOLID WASTE PROCESSING AND DISPOSAL
Rule 1200-01-07-.04, continued)
Maintain the approved final contours and drainage system of the site such that the objectives of part (c)4 of this paragraph are continuously met;
Ensure that a healthy vegetative cover is established and maintained over the site;
Maintain the drainage facilities, sediment ponds, and other erosion/sedimentation control measures (if such are present at the landfill), at least until the vegetative
cover is established unnecessary;
Maintain and monitor the leachate collection, removal, and treatment system (if such is present at the facility);
Maintain and monitor the gas collection and control system (if such is present at the facility);
Maintain and monitor the ground and/or surface water monitoring system (if such is present at the facility). The monitoring system and sampling and analysis program established in the permit shall be continued during the post-closure care period, unless the permit is modified to establish a different system or program. Monitoring data must be reported in writing to the Division Director within 30 days after the completion of the analyses.
Following completion of the post closure care period for each SWLF unit, the owner or operator must file with the Department a certification verifying that post- closure has been completed in accordance with the post-closure plan.
Notice in Deed to Property - The operator must ensure that, within 90 days of completion of final closure of the facility and prior to sale or lease of the property on which the facility is located, there is recorded, in accordance with State law, a notation on the deed of property or on some other instrument which is normally examined during a title search that will in perpetuity notify any person conducting a title search that the land has been used as a disposal facility and its use is restricted in accordance with the approved closure/post-closure plan.
Open Dump or Unauthorized Dump Closing - A person discontinuing the use of an open dump or unauthorized dump, whether on his own initiative or at the direction of the Commissioner, shall take all the actions determined by the Commissioner to be necessary, including but not limited to, the following:
Implement effective rodent or vector controls, including baiting for at least two weeks after closing, to prevent rodent migration to adjacent properties and spraying of containers to control mosquitoes, or other measures as determined necessary by the Commissioner.
Compact and cover existing solid waste. The barrier layer of the final cover for the entire area shall be two feet or more of compacted soil or as otherwise determined by the Commissioner. Soil cover shall be of a quality to be easily managed and with sufficient clay content to provide an adequate seal on the wastes.
The application of a one foot soil layer to support vegetative or some other appropriate cover to minimize erosion and, when applicable, maximize
May, 2010 (Revised)