person storing highway salt shall make reports in writing to the department as
required by this section.
(a) The person shall
report the receipt of any information or allegation concerning the storage
facility as a source of contamination of the waters of the state by any
substance regulated by the department. A copy of any written complaint or other
information received by the person in this regard shall be attached to the
report, and sent to the department within 10 days of its receipt. The
department shall forward a copy of any such report to the monitoring
(b) When a person who
stores highway salt sells, leases, or abandons a storage site, or otherwise
discontinues storage at a storage site, temporarily or permanently, or intends
to do so, the person shall report to the department no later than 10 days after
such discontinuance. If the discontinuance is reported in advance, the
anticipated date of discontinuance shall be stated.
Except if previously reported under par.
(d), within 30 days of commencing to store highway salt or liquid calcium
chloride for the first time, the person storing the highway salt shall file a
report with the department containing the following information:
1. The name and address of the person or
persons storing highway salt or liquid calcium chloride;
2. The street address and telephone number of
the office where the records of the highway salt storage facility or stored
liquid calcium chloride are kept;
3. The mailing address of the administering
office, if different from the street address;
4. The actual location of the highway salt
5. The storage
capacity of the highway salt storage facility;
6. The actual location of the stored liquid
calcium chloride; and
7. The liquid
calcium chloride storage capacity.
(d) Within 30 days of May 1, 1986, each
person to whom this chapter applies shall report to the department the
information required in par. (c) for each storage facility where highway salt
is stored and each container where liquid calcium chloride is stored by the
person storing highway salt or liquid calcium chloride shall maintain written
records specified in this section at a local office within this state and shall
send copies to the department upon request and make the original records
available for inspection and copying by employees of the department during
normal business hours. These records shall be held for 6 years, and shall
(a) The location of each of the
person's storage facilities;
The maximum and minimum quantities of highway salt and liquid calcium chloride
stored at each storage facility during each month;
The date and nature of physical changes
in a storage facility including:
of new storage capacity;
Construction of, or major repairs to, structures or facilities required by s.
3. Discontinuance of storage of highway salt
at a facility.
record of all complaints received concerning the storage facility as the source
of contamination of the waters of the state by a substance regulated by the
(e) Such other
information as the department may from time to time require on forms provided
by the department for the purpose of recording this information.
Wis. Admin. Code Department of Transportation § Trans 277.05
Cr. Register, April, 1986,
No. 364, eff. 5-1-86, except (2) eff.
DOT forms for recording and reporting this information are
available from the DOT, State Maintenance Engineer for Highways, Bureau of
Operations, Division of Highways and Transportation Services, 4802 Sheboygan
Avenue, Room 601, P.O. Box 7916, Madison, Wisconsin 53707.