Ohio Admin. Code 3745-30-01 - Definitions

As used in Chapter 3745-30 of the Administrative Code, the definitions contained If a term used in this chapter is defined in rule 3745-27-01 of the Administrative Code, and the definition of the term used in rule 3745-27-01 of the Administrative Code is following definitions are applicable to this chapter unless the term is defined in this rule. As used in this chapter:

(A) [Reserved.]
(B) [Reserved.]
(C) [Reserved.]
(D) [Reserved.]
(E) [Reserved.]
(A) (F) "Foundry sand" means pure sand or a mixture of sand and any additives necessary for use of the sand in the foundry process, including dusts and sludges from air pollution control equipment exclusively dedicated to sand processing and handling, but not including such foundry process by-products as other air pollution control dusts or sludges, wastewater treatment plant sludge, or refractories.
(G) [Reserved.]
(H) [Reserved.]
(B) (I) "Residual
(1) " solid Industrial or manufacturing waste" or "residual waste IMW" is a type of solid waste and means the following:
(1) (a) The following wastes Wastes generated by fuel burning operations which are regulated by rule 3745-17-10 of the Administrative Code and which burn as fuel primarily coal: including air pollution control wastes, water pollution control wastes, and other wastes with similar characteristics which that are approved by the director or his authorized representative.
(2) (b) The following wastes Wastes generated from foundry operations: including air pollution control dust, wastewater treatment plant sludge water pollution control wastes, unspent foundry sand, spent foundry sand, and other foundry wastes with similar characteristics which that are approved by the director or his authorized representative.
(3) (c) The following wastes Wastes generated from pulp and papermaking operations: wastewater treatment plant sludges including water pollution control wastes, lime mud, lime grit, sawdust, wood chips, bark, hydropulper rejects, and other pulp and papermaking wastes with similar characteristics which that are approved by the director or his authorized representative.
(4) (d) The following wastes Wastes generated from steelmaking operations: including air pollution control dust, wastewater treatment plant sludges water pollution control wastes, dust from steel processing and finishing operations, water softening sludge, flux material, and other steelmaking wastes with similar characteristics which that are approved by the director or his authorized representative.
(5) (e) The following wastes Wastes generated from gypsum processing plant operations: including gypsum wallboard waste, paper surface preparation dust, wastewater treatment plant sludge water pollution control wastes, and other gypsum processing wastes with similar characteristics which that are approved by the director or his authorized representative.
(6) (f) The following wastes Wastes generated from lime processing operations: including air pollution control dust and/or or sludge, and other lime processing wastes with similar characteristics which that are approved by the director or his authorized representative.
(7) (g) The following wastes Wastes generated from portland cement operations: including air pollution control dust and other processing wastes with similar characteristics which that are approved by the director or his authorized representative.

Residual wastes may be disposed in a licensed sanitary landfill facility without performance of the waste characterization and landfill classification specified in rules 3745-27-03 and 3745-27-04 of the Administrative Code, or in any licensed residual waste landfill facility provided that the class number for such a facility is not greater than the class number necessary for that residual waste as determined by the residual waste characterization and landfill classification in accordance with rules 3745-30-03 and 3745-30-04 of the Administrative Code.

(h) Wastes generated by manufacturing or industrial operations, other than those listed in paragraphs (I)(1)(a) to (I)(1)(g) of this rule. These solid wastes do not include solid waste generated by commercial operations including stores, offices, restaurants, and warehouses; agricultural operations; or community operations including residents, hotels, motels, bunkhouses, ranger stations, crew quarters, campgrounds, picnic grounds, and day-use recreation areas.
(2) "Industrial landfill facility" or "industrial landfill" is a sanitary landfill facility where one or any combination of IMW specified in paragraph (I)(1) of this rule are exclusively disposed. Nontoxic fly ash, nontoxic bottom ash, and nontoxic spent foundry sand may also be disposed at an industrial landfill facility.

[Comment: Prior to the effective date of this rule, industrial solid waste, regulated pursuant to Chapter 3745-29 of the Administrative Code, was disposed in a landfill meeting standards largely equivalent to an industrial landfill.]

(J) [Reserved.]
(K) [Reserved.]
(L) "Licensing authority" means the approved board of health or in the absence of an approved board of health, the director.
(M) [Reserved.]
(N) [Reserved.]
(O) [Reserved.]
(P) [Reserved.]
(Q) [Reserved.]
(C) (R) "Residual waste landfill facility" or "residual waste landfill" is a sanitary landfill facility where one or any combination of IMW residual solid wastes specified in paragraph (B) (I)(1) of this rule that meets the criteria specified in rule 3745-30-03 of the Administrative Code are exclusively disposed. Nontoxic fly ash, nontoxic bottom ash, and nontoxic spent foundry sand may also be disposed of at a residual waste landfill facility. Residual waste landfill facilities include four classifications: class I, class II, class III, and class IV.

[Comment: Prior to the effective date of this rule, this chapter had established four landfill classes for the disposal of residual solid waste. As of the effective date of this rule, all operating residual waste landfills are Class III landfills.]

(D) (S) "Spent" as used in spent foundry sand means any material that has been used and as a result of degradation or contamination can no longer serve the purpose for which it was produced without processing.

Notes

Ohio Admin. Code 3745-30-01
Effective: 5/28/2021
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 11/5/2020 and 05/28/2026
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 3734.02
Rule Amplifies: 3734.02
Prior Effective Dates: 01/13/1992, 08/15/2003

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