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§ 18221.6.1. In-Vessel Digestion Report.

14 CA ADC § 18221.6.1BARCLAYS OFFICIAL CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS

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Title 14. Natural Resources
Division 7. Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery
Chapter 5. Enforcement of Solid Waste Standards and Administration of Solid Waste Facility Permits; Loan Guarantees
Article 3.2. Reports of Facility Information
14 CCR § 18221.6.1
§ 18221.6.1. In-Vessel Digestion Report.
Each operator of a Large Volume In-vessel Digestion Facility that is required to obtain a Full Solid Waste Facility Permit, as set forth in Title 27, Division 2, Subdivision 1, Chapter 4, Subchapter 3, Articles 2.0-3.2, (commencing with section 21570) shall, at the time of application, file an In-vessel Digestion Report (“Report”) with the EA as required in section 17896.15 of this Title. In order to maintain an existing permit, the operator must file amendments as required in section 17896.15 of this Title and re-title the document as an In-vessel Digestion Report. Such amendments, or lack thereof, may become the basis for changes in the permit or for revocation of the permit. A Report shall contain the following:
(a) name(s) of the operator, owner, and the company they represent, if applicable;
(b) facility specifications or plans, to include: a site location map, a site map, and identification of adjacent land uses and distances to residences or structures that are nearby and are within 1000 feet of the facility property line;
(c) schematic drawing of the building and other structures showing layout and general dimensions of the operations area, including, but not limited to, unloading, storage, loading, and parking areas;
(d) descriptive statement of the manner in which activities are to be conducted at the facility;
(e) days and hours the facility is to operate. If the hours of waste receipt differ from the hours of material processing, each set of hours may be stated. For facilities with continuous operations, indicate the start of the operating day for purpose of calculating amount of waste received per operating day. The operator may also indicate whether or not, and when, other activities, such as routine maintenance will take place, if those activities will occur at times other than those indicated above;
(f) total acreage contained within the operating area;
(g) facility design capacity including the assumptions, methods, and calculations performed to determine the total capacity;
(h) information showing the types and the daily quantities of solid waste to be received. If tonnage was figured from records of cubic yards, include the conversion factor used;
(i) description of the methods used by the facility to comply with each state minimum standard contained in sections 17896.17 through 17896.61;
(j) anticipated volume of quench or process water, and the planned method of treatment, and disposal of any wastewater;
(k) description of provisions to handle unusual peak loading;
(l) description of transfer, recovery and processing equipment, including classification, capacity and the number of units;
(m) planned method for final disposal of the solid waste;
(n) planned method for the storage and removal of salvaged material;
(o) resume of management organization which will operate the facility;
(p) list of permits already obtained, and the date obtained or last revised;
(q) An Odor Impact Minimization Plan pursuant to section 17896.31 and, if applicable, an Odor Best Management Practice Feasibility Report and associated plan pursuant to section 17896.30.
Note: Authority cited: Sections 40502, 43020 and 43021, Public Resources Code. Reference: Sections 40053, 43020 and 43021, Public Resources Code.
HISTORY
1. New section filed 11-10-2015; operative 1-1-2016 (Register 2015, No. 46).
This database is current through 10/4/19 Register 2019, No. 40
14 CCR § 18221.6.1, 14 CA ADC § 18221.6.1
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