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§ 7-239.4. Operation of facility

West's Annotated Code of MarylandEnvironment

West's Annotated Code of Maryland
Title 7. Hazardous Materials and Hazardous Substances (Refs & Annos)
Subtitle 2. Controlled Hazardous Substances (Refs & Annos)
Part VI. Controlled Hazardous Substance Facility Permit
MD Code, Environment, § 7-239.4
§ 7-239.4. Operation of facility
In general
(a) The Department shall require as conditions of operation of a controlled hazardous substance facility to be used for the treatment by incineration of a chemical warfare material that:
(1) Treatment by incineration be monitored on a continuous basis;
(2) Monitoring data be regularly reviewed by a qualified independent third party selected by the Department; and
(3) Monitoring data and reviews be reported to the Department in the manner and frequency determined appropriate by the Department.
Quantity specified in permit; renewal
(b) Any permit issued under this section shall be for a quantity that is specifically identified and:
(1) May be renewed for good cause as to the length of time for completion of the incineration authorized under the permit; but
(2) May not be modified as to the amount of controlled hazardous substance to be destroyed.
Disassembly of incinerator
(c) After destruction of the specific quantity of the controlled hazardous substance allowed by the terms of the permit issued under this section, the incinerator shall be disassembled and disposed of in accordance with all applicable federal and State performance standards and in a time period established by the permit.
Additional compensation
(d) In addition to the facility permit fee required under § 7-237 of this subtitle, the applicant shall pay the compensation of an independent third party with whom the Department may contract for the review of application materials and monitoring data.


Added by Acts 1993, c. 612.
MD Code, Environment, § 7-239.4, MD ENVIR § 7-239.4
Current through legislation effective through May 9, 2024, from the 2024 Regular Session of the General Assembly. Some statute sections may be more current, see credits for details.
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