Permit application for PCB disposal facility
Permit applications submitted to the Department of Environmental Quality for managing, operating, constructing, developing or establishing a PCB disposal facility must contain the following:
(1) The management program for the operation of the facility including the person to be responsible for the operation of the facility and a resume of the person’s qualifications, the proposed method of disposal, the proposed method of pretreatment or decontamination of the facility, if any, and the proposed emergency measures to be provided at the facility.
(2) A description of the size and type of facility to be constructed, including the height and type of fencing to be used, the size and construction of structures or buildings, warning signs, notices and alarms to be used, the type of drainage and waste treatment facilities and maximum capacity of such facilities, the location and source of each water supply to be used and the location and the type of fire control facilities to be provided at the facility.
(3) A preliminary engineering sketch and flow chart showing proposed plans and specifications for the construction and development of the disposal facility and the waste treatment and water supply facilities, if any, to be used at the facility.
(4) The exact location and place where the applicant proposes to operate and maintain the PCB disposal facility, including the legal description of the lands included within the facility.
(5) A geologist’s survey report indicating land formation, location of water resources and direction of the flows thereof and the geologist’s opinion relating to the potential of contamination of water resources including but not limited to possible sources of such contamination.
(6) The names and addresses of the applicant’s current or proposed insurance carriers, including copies of insurance policies then in effect. [1985 c.670 §18; 1987 c.540 §40]
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