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SOLID WASTE PROCESSING AND DISPOSAL

CHAPTER 1200-01-07

Rule 1200-01-07-.04, continued)

4.

Undisturbed soil samples for hydraulic conductivity shall

walled Shelby tubes per determined in accordance

ASTM D-1587.

The

with ASTM D-5084.

hydraulic

be collected in thin conductivity shall be

Plans drawn at a scale of not less than one inch equals 100 feet, or one inch equals 200 feet if approved by the Commissioner, and with a contour interval not greater than five feet which clearly show:

(i)

The proposed waste disposal areas;

(ii)

The existing topography of the site and pertinent geological features (e.g., site drainage, streams, springs, sinks, outcrops);

(iii)

The location(s) of the permanent on-site benchmark(s), with reference to Tennessee datum;

(iv)

Planned ground water and surface water monitoring locations and the proposed compliance boundary;

(v)

Soil boring locations;

(vi)

The proposed excavated contours and the locations and elevations of dikes, berms, and/or trenches to be utilized in waste disposal operations or for prevention of flooding;

(vii)

The location of on-site borrow areas and cover material storage areas;

(viii) The planned development of the site, illustrating the phases or progression of operational areas and parcels to be filled (with methods to be used);

(ix)

How run-on will be diverted from, and run-off will be removed from, the work areas, illustrating the locations and slopes of ditches, dikes, etc., to be utilized for such diversion/removal and the directions of flow;

5.

Remolded soil samples for hydraulic conductivity shall be re-compacted in accordance with ASTM D-698 or ASTM D-1557. The hydraulic conductivity shall be determined in accordance with ASTM D-5084.

(b)

(ii)

Proof satisfactory to the Commissioner that the geological formation of the proposed site and the design of the proposed facility are capable of containing the disposed wastes so that ground water protection standards are not exceeded.

Engineering Plans - The Part II permit application must include:

1.

6.

The report must include:

(i)

A comprehensive environmental site assessment that includes an evaluation of the quality of ground water beneath the proposed facility. At

a minimum, constituents requirement

the applicant must provide analytical information for all specified in regulations adopted by the board. The for a comprehensive environmental assessment shall apply

waste disposal facilities and does not or new units for existing permitted

only to new sites for include expansions, facilities or sites; and

proposed solid modifications,

May, 2010 (Revised)

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