6 CRR-NY 361-5.2NY-CRR

OFFICIAL COMPILATION OF CODES, RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
TITLE 6. DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
CHAPTER IV. QUALITY SERVICES
SUBCHAPTER B. SOLID WASTES
PART 361. MATERIAL RECOVERY FACILITIES
SUBPART 361-5. CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION DEBRIS HANDLING AND RECOVERY FACILITIES
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361-5.2 Registered facilities.
(a) Facilities of the following types are subject to the registration provision of section 360.15 of this Title unless otherwise exempt. In addition to the criteria in Part 360 of this Title, each facility must comply with the applicable requirements of this Subpart.
(1) Facilities that receive less than 500 tons per day based on a weekly average of the following recognizable, uncontaminated wastes: concrete and other masonry materials (including steel or fiberglass reinforcing embedded in concrete), brick, and rock.
(2) Facilities that receive less than 500 tons per day based on a weekly average of uncontaminated asphalt pavement or asphalt millings.
(3) Facilities that receive less than 500 tons per day based on a weekly average of uncontaminated asphalt roofing shingles and roofing paper that do not contain asbestos-containing materials.
(4) Facilities that receive less than 500 tons per day based on a weekly average of uncontaminated, unadulterated gypsum wallboard.
(5) Facilities that receive less than 500 tons per day based on a weekly average of unadulterated, uncontaminated wood.
(6) Facilities that receive less than 500 tons per day based on a weekly average of soil, sand, gravel, or rock. The soil must have no evidence of chemical or physical contaminantion such as impacts from spill events, or visual or other indication (odors, etc.) of chemical or physical contamination. This registration may not be combined with registration under paragraph (7) of this subdivision.
(7) Facilities that receive less than 500 tons per day based on a weekly average of restricted-use fill, and limited-use fill. This registration may not be combined with registration under paragraph (6) of this subdivision.
(8) Facilities that receive less than 500 tons per day based on a weekly average of other uncontaminated, source-separated recyclables generated from C&D debris for use under an approved case-specific beneficial use determination in accordance with section 360.12 of this Title.
(9) Facilities that receive a combination of some or all of the wastes listed in paragraphs (1)-(6) and (8) of this subdivision provided the identified wastes under each paragraph are received, processed, and stored separately.
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Current through March 15, 2021
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