06- 096 C.M.R. ch. 855, § 7 - Expiration of Interim Licenses

An interim license for a waste facility for hazardous waste expires on the earliest of the following dates:

A. The date of the final administrative disposition of the application for hazardous waste facility license (non-interim);
B. The date of a finding by the Board that the disposition referred to in Section 7(A) of this Chapter has not been made because of the applicant's failure to furnish information, reasonably required or requested, to process the application;
C. The date of expiration of the license issued under 38 M.R.S. §§413 or 590;
D. The date on which the application for a hazardous waste facility license (non-interim) is due and the person operating under the interim license has failed to apply for the hazardous waste facility license (non-interim);
E. For interim licenses issued prior to November 8, 1984, unless the owner or operator of the facility has filed a complete application with the Department before one of the following dates and that application demonstrates compliance with all applicable ground water monitoring and financial responsibility requirements:
(1) November 8, 1985, for a land disposal facility;
(2) November 8, 1986, for a hazardous waste incinerator;
(3) November 8, 1989, for any facility other than a land disposal facility or hazardous waste incinerator; or
F. Twelve months after the facility first becomes subject to the licensing requirement of 06-096 C.M.R. ch. 856 unless the owner or operator of the facility has filed a complete application pursuant to 06-096 C.M.R. ch. 856 with the Department before such date and that application demonstrates compliance with all applicable ground water monitoring and financial responsibility requirements.

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06- 096 C.M.R. ch. 855, § 7

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