SOLID WASTE PROCESSING AND DISPOSAL
Rule 1200-01-07-.04, continued)
evapotranspiration shall be established. Within 30 days after completion of final grading, the owner or operator of the dump shall prepare the final cover for the establishment of a vegetative or alternative cover. For the establishment of a vegetative cover, such preparation shall include, but not be limited to:
Placement of appropriate species of grass seed, fertilizer and mulch or other practices to effectively establish vegetative cover.
Watering and maintenance necessary such that germination and/or established growth can reasonably be anticipated.
Implement and maintain erosion control measures by grading and re- establishing vegetative cover as needed or determined necessary.
Post signs indicating the dump site closure.
The Commissioner, if deemed necessary, based on site geology, hydrology, waste types, quantities and other pertinent factors may require the solid waste to
be removed from the site and Commissioner may also require to waters of the state as may environment.
monitoring of the site for unpermitted discharges
If the dump is closed on-site, the owner/operator must ensure that, within 45 days of the dump closure and prior to sale or lease of the property on which the dump is located, there is recorded a notation on the deed to the property or on some other instrument which is normally examined during title search that will in perpetuity notify any person conducting a title search, that the land has been used as a disposal facility.
If the dump closed has been closed on-site after an order has been issued by the Commissioner or Board and become final pursuant to T.C.A. § 68-211-113 or 4- 5-322, the Commissioner may present for recording in the office of the county register an instrument in the chain of title that will in perpetuity notify any person conducting a title search that the land has been used as a disposal facility.
Contents of the Part II Permit Application – This paragraph establishes the information that must be included in the Part II permit application in order for the Commissioner to determine the facility’s compliance with the standards of paragraphs (2) through (8) of this Rule. The information requirements of this paragraph apply to applicants for permits for all Class I, II, and III disposal facilities unless the standard addressed by the information requirement does not apply to such facility.
Hydrogeological Report - The Part II permit application must include a report assessing the hydrogeological characteristics of the site which meets the requirements of this subparagraph. This report shall be submitted prior to submission of the information required by subparagraph (b) of this paragraph.
The report must be prepared and certified by a qualified geologist who is registered with the State of Tennessee as required for such persons at T.C.A. 62-36-102 or a qualified engineer who is registered with the State of Tennessee as required for such persons at T.C.A. Title 62, Chapter 2.
The report must be based on an analysis of existing data (e.g., well drillers’ logs) and site-specific soil borings and drillers’ logs or other subsurface investigations. The soil borings performed must be of such number, locations, and depths
May, 2010 (Revised)