Ohio Admin. Code 3745-501-12 - Additional criteria for C&DD license applications
Current through all regulations passed and filed through September 3, 2021
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 3714.02
Rule Amplifies: 3714.02, 3714.06
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§ 3745-501-12. Additional criteria for C&DD license applications
In addition to the requirements contained in rule 3745-501-10 of the Administrative Code, an application for a C&DD facility license shall include but is not limited to the following:
(A) A copy of the facility design plan prepared in accordance with rule 3745-400-07 of the Administrative Code.
(B) In the case of an initial facility license, a letter from the local fire department stating that the fire department will respond to fires at the facility.
(C) Delineation of the following on a plan drawing:
(1) The proposed active licensed disposal area.
(2) All proposed inactive licensed disposal areas including the following:
(a) Areas that have no debris placed in the area.
(b) For an existing facility, areas that have not been filled after September 30, 1996 and do not have a dense vegetative cover.
(c) Areas that have been capped in accordance with paragraphs (D) and (E) of rule 3745-400-07 of the Administrative Code and have received approval in accordance with rule 3745-400-08 of the Administrative Code. These areas shall be subdivided and labeled as to the date the designated area received approval of the cap from the licensing authority.
(3) Facility environs in accordance with rule 3745-400-07 of the Administrative Code.
(D) The acreage for each area designated in paragraph (C) of this rule.
(E) The remaining life of the facility in years or volume.
(F) All financial assurance documentation required by rule 3745-400-13 of the Administrative Code.
(G) A debris placement plan prepared by a professional engineer including information on plan drawings and in narrative form. The plan drawings shall be on plan sheets with a minimum dimension of twenty-four inches by thirty-six inches. The scale on the plan drawings shall be one inch equals no greater than two hundred feet and the contour interval shall be no greater than five feet. The debris placement plan shall include but is not limited to the following:
(1) Facility operation plan drawings that include the following:
(a) The facility boundaries.
(b) The limits of debris placement.
(c) A delineation of the areas and construction sequence for systematic construction activities in the unfilled areas of the proposed active licensed disposal area.
(d) A delineation of the areas designated for debris placement in the proposed active licensed disposal area and delineation of sequence of operational activities to ensure that operations are in compliance with rule 3745-400-11 of the Administrative Code.
(e) A depiction of the ground water monitoring wells in the facility design plan that will be installed or will continue to be sampled throughout the licensing period.
(f) The direction of flow for all surface waters at the facility including the location of all run-on and run-off controls for the limits of debris placement and the location of any storm water, erosion, and sediment controls required by Chapter 6111. of the Revised Code.
(g) All access roads to be constructed and operated during the licensure period.
(2) Detail drawings of the surface water run-on and run-off control structures.
(3) A pre-acceptance debris screening program narrative if the owner or operator chooses to implement a pre-acceptance debris screening program in lieu of establishing an unloading zone as required by rule 3745-400-11 of the Administrative Code. At a minimum, the pre-acceptance debris screening program narrative shall include the following information:
(a) Procedures for recording and maintaining the following records:
(i) Generator identification.
(ii) The source of the debris.
(iii) The types of debris in the load including affirmation that the load does not contain prohibited materials.
(iv) Whether the debris arrives at the facility unprocessed or processed.
(v) Written verification by the generator of each load of the records required by this paragraph.
(b) Procedures for the identification and disposition of prohibited materials including but not limited to the materials identified in section 3714.082 or 3714.083 of the Revised Code. At a minimum, the procedures shall include the following:
(i) Conducting random visual inspections of incoming loads to discover and segregate prohibited materials.
(ii) Handling and disposition of prohibited materials.
(iii) Documenting the inspection of incoming loads and the discovery, segregation, handling, and disposition of prohibited materials.
(iv) Training personnel to conduct the procedures established in paragraphs (G)(3)(b)(i) to (G)(3)(b)(iii) of this rule.
(4) For an existing facility, plan drawings showing the horizontal limits of any soil barrier layer for construction over placed debris.(Effective: 7/1/2020 Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 07/01/2025 Promulgated Under: 119.03 Statutory Authority: 3714.02 Rule Amplifies: 3714.02, 3714.06)